I think the best aspect of this picture is it actually looks like Carrie Fisher. I mean, a spot-on likeness.
As to why I focus on that aspect of the picture, well, it seems many "Leia" pictures (on here and elsewhere) forget what Ms. Fisher looked like in the role of Leia... that, or they like the outfit but not Carrie's face and so substitute what seems to be their own ideal woman (usually with a smaller nose and larger lips and resembling a generic supermodel) instead. You however, actually drew Carrie Fisher, for which I am immensely grateful.
Apologies for this little mini-rant. But the Leias-who-don't-look-like-Leia (i.e. aren't modeled at all on Carrie Fisher) bug me.
Indeed, and I happen to think a woman doesn't need to be a supermodel to be beautiful. My tastes in females are many and varied (far moreso than my taste in men, which are more narrow). After all, variety is the spice of life.
I agree. I like'em lean, fat, curvy, flat, tall or short, I don't mind as long as their body or face expression is appealing to me. I used to be more narrow minded in the past but I learnt to see the beauty in more complex ways over the years.