After talking with Doug, I lengthened her tail and slimmed it in the hips and rear area. You’ll see in the photos a bit of an evolution in that once I made the adjustments, I decided to give her tail somewhat of a feminine legs crossed look or at least the illusion of that. It gives some variation and a more vibrant, dynamic feel to the tail. I also gave it a nice flip at the end. Once I started in on the changes as per Doug’s input, I immediately saw the improvement and once I sent the photos to him, he was very happy with the result.