Being completely honest, I think this piece would have a much better impact if it were presented as a clean scan and not lopsided and blurred in areas, looking as though it were taken with a phone camera. Because it is a shame to have something like that detract from a piece.
The fox mask, I am sorry to say, personally looks more feline to me than vulpine. Though I do understand it can be hard to make a distinction in the animals if the mask is presented as a flat one, and I really do love how it seems to have an almost serene expression in its vacancy.
Personally, my main gripe would be around the leg areas really; the far leg is what seems to be a little
too long and thin in the thigh, makes it look like its bending like rubber... perhaps lift the knee of it slightly?
And, the feet. While I can see the style is bold and vibrant, and has a sort of chunkiness in areas, I think that, as it is
a fox spirit, the feet should perhaps be a little more delicate, in keeping with the slenderness of fox paws and to fit the overall flow and poise of the pose.
Overall, the piece is quite lovely.
Makes a good use of space and seems balanced over the page (providing the lopsided angle of the photo isn't causing a mis-viewing).
The varying directions of lines and the non-solidity/dryness of the black in the hair give the piece some texture too.