Loving the design and texture's color pallette but the feet are killing me. Coming to a point they just don't read like the can support any weight. If you make something stubby, like a horse hoof, from the ankle down, you could get the anatomy to read better and still maintain the supernatural aesthetic.
While I can respect your opinion on the anatomy, I have to disagree. The fine point this character's feet come to almost resembles a ballerina on her feet; a pose no individual can sustain for very long, human or other. If this character expects to spend more than five minutes on earth, our gravity would absolutely take its toll on those ankles.
But that’s just me rationalizing the anatomy. If the viewer isn’t educated on the subject, they would look at this and be able to tell something was off but not know what it was. That sort of thing causes the viewer to be distracted by the anatomy and miss the beauty and craftsmanship in your work; a tragically common problem for artists.