Ah, I'm definitely in front of a beautiful and unique fan-art, one of the best I've seen of Alita. A fan-art that certainly takes inspiration from the original manga. A drawing that shows an imposing Alita, without needing to fall into exaggeration. In first, the face and hairstyle of Alita has a huge resemblance to its counterpart of the original manga, but it also has that touch of having been made in your refined style of drawing. Her hair has a slight movement, which helps that the illustration does not feel in its totality as a rigid frame, but as a frame with a certain action of movement. In addition, the hair looks very natural and silky with the colors and textures that you have given, apart from that it also has a more adequate volume. I also like how you drew and achieved the texture of the battle marks, present in Alita's cheeks, since they look like authentic chrome.
Needless to say, Alita's face, where one could even say that her personality is felt at all times. I see Alita with a frown, a clear sign of her confidence in herself and of facing any challenge that comes her way. Her gaze complements her frown, where her eyes have that fire that manifests itself every time she fights. And even though her eyes are rounded, they also have that intimidating touch, which makes you think twice before facing her.
Another striking aspect of your drawing is Alita's body. Her Motorball body does not look like an armor that one would put on, but it feels like the body that Alita is wearing. Apart, the body is extremely detailed, I can even see a texture that refers to the one used in many sports protective equipment. That and that also really looks like a mechanical and technological body. It is curious that this body highlights the physique of Alita, a female body, in short athletic and fast, with the characteristic of having pleasing curves in sight, without being an excessively exuberant body. Also, the perspective of this body is wonderfully achieved and that it helps a lot to the action posture of the character. It is noteworthy that this action posture has been achieved with only a simple pose in essence, but that Alita's energy is also palpable. With only the perspective and with both arms in combat position, the character has been made ready for a battle. A fan-art of exquisite beauty and who pays tribute to Alita as she deserves. Excellent work!