Gorgeous! The only thing that's bothering me is the fact that the girl holding the violin is holding it on the wrong side ._. I play the violin as well. Generally, even if someone is left-handed, they still hold it in the left arm.
Amazing but... the violin...the violin... >< the way to hold an instrument is not decided by an artist, no matter how much better it looks for the composition. A violinist like myself looks at that and... holding the violin like that... it just doesn't make sense. The instrument and the bow are in the wrong hand. Her chin isn't even on the chin rest. The picture is cute and lively and you did a wonderful job. Just... do your research next time?
Good to know that she's a lefty, though lefty violins are definitely not an average thing to see, especially because that one is a righty. She also looks like she's holding the bow with 3 fingers? Sorry for being all nit-picky, I couldn't hope to draw something with that level of coloring and technique and such, but it's my instrument so I get a bit crazy over accuracy. Lots of people mess with the holding of a violin. Great detail with the scroll&pegs, though.
Haha oh yea, I understand. ^_^ If you draw that character again though (Which would be awesome cause she looks like a cool character ) then make it all flipped over, and probably mention that she's using a lefty violin in the artists comments.
It's a violin, judging from its size relative to her. Oddly enough, if the chin-rest were on the other side, she could just be a left-handed violin player (although I've never heard of one; the strings would need to be reversed as well, although that wouldn't show up in this picture). Anyway, the violin is held in the left hand, the bow in the right. However, a redeeming point is that you don't have any reversed or inverted notes, which seem to plague many 'musical' designs!