the perspective studies are good, I like how you are adding more to them towards the end.
the figures could use some more study, work on translating the forms. keep posting!
I like how your lines are so clean.
The perspective ones are good, but on the first one, i cant help but wonder [if they are doors anyway] whether your doors are too low 0.o
the adidas legneeds to be bent though i think, if the girl is running.
I'll keep an eye out
I think it is already mentioned.
You work clean and with less strokes!
I don´t know in with direction you wanna go (character / enviroment etc.)
but if you wanna improve doing figurative work, drawing characters, i would suggest you to work on the plasticity(?) on the volume!
You doing great build up you figures with minimum lines, it´s IMO most helpful!
Because adding details etc. on something with is correct in proportion and perspective is a easy and welcoming thing.
Go on catch some loomis anatomy studies to understand the human body better. Knowing whats underneath is the key!
yea,i'm not that skilled in gesture drawings.so lots of them are referenced.
whenever i'm drawing in front of my pc i'll make sure i have Andrew Loomis' Figure Drawing book in front of the screen ~_~
as for the environment stuff i like to refer to fengzhu's environment.
they're really something
some drawings done lately.
there's still more but i dun wana post all in one go
will post less in the coming weeks with 3d assignments coming up.