I think you have potential, but some of the drawings would be better if you spent some more time on them. You're going for a very muscular look, and that's cool but the thing is sometimes you pull it of and other times it doesn't look good.>>2657491
A good drawing overall but the face and top of the head shape ruin it. Not tying to be mean if that's the look you were going for but he looks like he has some sort of genetic disorder like Down.>>2657495
Again I know you're going for exaggerated muscles but the proportions in this one are too much, you drew the feet and ankles of a petite lady not a burly guy, he would not be able to stand. >>2657496
Same here, it took me a while to understand that those are supposed to be human legs. At first it looked like you drew a satyr and that those are goat legs. There is forshortening int the perspective you drew but it needs more work to make it work.>>2657497
I understand you wanting to do a thick neck, it fits the rest of your aesthetic but when the face is that small and at that angle it looks like the neck is twice as thick as the head. If you just put in a little more thought into it would be much better, especially since I know you can do it because in drawings after this the ratio is good.>>2657501
In this one for example the neck fits great, the proportions are exaggerated but they still fit each other nicely. But come on that folded leg doesn't work, you'd have to break your shin bone to be able to position it like that. Again I'm reiterating my point but just 3 more minutes of thinking about the pose would have make this drawing flawless.
Overall I think you're really quite good but in most of your drawing there are mistakes that could be fixed so easily. So if I seems harsh in my critiques it's not because you're bad it's because you're obviously good and I'm upset because with just 5% more effort put into it you would be excellent.