Earl I admire your stoicism in the face of criticism you take it well and I hope you can continue to take it as one artist to another and as long as the discussion is fruitful then it is worthwhile others will be better informed through your suffering.
"It is not over until the fat lady sings." Your promise has been nullified in the interests of discussion.
Unfortunately your illustration reveals your misunderstanding of applying perspective you and anyone hoping to create visual illusions really need to do your research. Find a good book or good information online on perspective and study it.
I've redrawn the proper perspective grid for you to compare. Given the information previously your eye level and the models would be about the same level. You have put for some mad reason a horizontal line through the models crotch (eye level, eye line, horizon line ?) which would confuse your reading of perspective.
The eye level continues past the picture so the vanishing points will be off the page. Every perspective line above your eye level will descend to the VP on the eye line and every perspective line below the eye level will ascend to the eye line (horizon). You may see now what I am saying about the alignment of the breasts.
Understand the role perspective plays in creating the illusion and your next figure will be better placed.