What a fucking amateur you are. Lemme tear your shitty anatomical appraisal apart piece by piece>extra fingers
it's not it's sweat droplets, you can tell because the rendering is more similar to the other droplets than it is to the fingers. Do you even know what that term means?>one leg longer than the other
That's called foreshortening retard, it's used to show depth in a drawing, the leg isn't shorter it's off at more of an angle. >better get that checked out
That's an exageration of the quadricep muscles to show better definition and sexual appeal. Stylization and exageration of certain parts is key in art, like how you would use line weights in some cases.>lazy ass blurr
it's the same everywhere else on the art, and this bit is subjective, not objective, get your shit straight.>missing nips
please, that's hardly a criticism, especially when you consider the Nips are werided out by and have a cultural stigma against nipples. >stumpy arms, busted shoulder
Again, that's foreshortening, and if you spent less time being an armchair critic and more time improving your craft you'd know how to do it correctly, like this guy. >no shirt wrinkles
you don't always get wrinkles from shirts, and adding in realistic wrinkles sometimes detracts from the piece, for example, you would put less detail in clothing and in general to a background character than a foreground one. Putting more detail in the background will fuck with the reader's eye, professionals know this and you can observe it in their work. >wtf is this gap
That's the pectoral meeting the shoulder as well as the lat forming the armpit, the gap is only slightly off.>broken neck
congrats, the only thing you remotely got right. The necks on both are longer so you can see their faces better, and you only noticed it once.
so that's 1/9 you got correct, and several minor ones that are there that you actually didn't notice particularly by the seratus muscles. See me after class.