The only thing that I can spot for improvement is the need to replace the foot on the right. It is slightly tilted away from whatever she is stepping on, though it should be angled more towards the camera and show a small sliver of the bottom of her shoe to be accurate. The speaker could be touched up so the outputs align, too, but I would not worry so much about that. Now, on to what I love about this picture! The color palette is superb, really top notch. Everything blends together very well, and the lighter blue at the bottom right-hand corner makes the lighting pop.
AmazingMiku looks so beautiful and that background... ..love the emoticons that you used on your artist description btw I can almost feel the mood when you drew this and did all those things on the way.. Keep up the good work
I am not so up-to-date on who this is or what she does (I am aware she is a part of vocaloid, though) but this is a very lovely piece of art and I was hoping if it would be okay to suggest it to a group or two? I wanted to ask first before actually submitting, seeing this is your work and such.
Also, may I ask what was your inspiration for this?
Hatsune Miku is a Vocaloid, which is a piece of singing synthesis software. Basically: you type in your lyrics and she sings them. However to get the best results takes skillful tuning and mixing, so it is more complex than it sounds. Vocaloids are made by using real singers to create a voicebank of all the sounds in a language. Miku is Japanese, which is consequently one of the most popular languages to create Vocaloids in, partly due to its strict set of sounds that are not many in number.
The first Vocaloids were English, a much more difficult language to recreate. Hatsune Miku is getting an English bank possibly this year, demos are out. She sounds a bit iffy though, but time will tell. Other languages we currently have Vocaloids in are Korean, Chinese and Spanish. UTAU (a piece of freeware software similar to Vocaloid but lower in quality) has had people experimenting in a much wider range. You can only really judge how well a Vocaloid sounds in your own language, because a lot of subtle things go straight over your head when listening to another. Some people like this though and avoid Vocaloids in their native language, ignorance is bliss I suppose! The software is still some way from sounding truly realistic.
Miku, although she is the most popular Vocaloid, isn't one to judge the whole software by because her voicetype is quite niche and caters mainly at the Japanese Otaku community's idea of 'moe'. She and the rest of the Character Vocal Series (Rin, Len and Luka) were made by voice actors so are not focused on realism. She was also released several years ago, so some songs may be out of date. There are many other types of voices out there from opera to soul singers.
You might of known some of that already, I am sorry! (^o^;>)