More motorbike/chix art, sweet. I love the sense of movement in this particular piece, with the tires looking as though they are spinning, due to the lack of detail in the tread and a motion blur used to make this happen. The background pallet is set against a haze of smoke and sky successfully separating the two elements yet at the same time also drawing them both together. The road, curving up around the center subjects, contributes toward creating the dynamic feel of this work. What I like most about this, is how the eye is drawn to the various in scene objects and around the rest of the work, as if the artist is playing a game of visual tag with the audience.
To the foreground element, in this case it is the front tier, than to the girl and to her sword, with the road creating a circular follow through up to the sun, which in turn draws the viewer back to the girl, as if confirming her importance in the visual subject narrative
Badass character with a katana power-wheeling a Ducati... Damn.
Being a motorcycles nut that I am, the first thing I did when looking at this pic was to search for irregularities with the real life bike (and the ref pic yu've used) . And I'll be honest I couldn't find any, I'm amazed by your attention to detail. The body position's also accurate, with appropriate foot positioning for a lean and slash
The lighting's really nice, with appropriate reflections where they should be as well as sweet glare here and there.
Part of me wished that the ground would be more detailed, however it's clear that the bike's the focus of the pic not bg, which is, well simple, but it gets the job done.
In summary: I love it! Amazing attention to detail along with badass character make up for one of the best pic's I've seen so far. Well done!