Nice start on a sketchbook. You have some fun creatures there, and a fun use of colour. I like the background a lot on the one with the purple bazooka creature!
The last ones with the anatomy sketches are on the right track, but you should watch your proportions. Are the last ones drawn from reference? You should really focus on drawing from ref if you don't already. That helps you improving your proportions a lot. Your line is also rather messy and undecided, you should have that in mind while sketching, try to use less strokes with different strenght. Something I'm working on as well, it's easier said than done!
Keep up the good work, and definitely keep posting! Don't be put off by the lack of replies, they'll come eventually
Asab: Thank for reply, i drawed some pages from reference and try little by little to get more confidence in my lines. I quess i have to come up with a system how i divide my drawing time between reference studies, free drawing human poses from mind and just fun stuff so i will be making all of them in future, not just fun stuff.
Posting stuff i shall do, tonight another post as i will make some real life drawings
Makrophage:Thanks, I will try to get that heart back so we may enjoy ritual of eating a black juicy heart of love with really bad barbeque sauce.
I have to agree with evolution, i will someday show you my first human sketches and you eyes will start bleeding...
Your creatures and whatnot are great -- very charming. It is clear, though, that humans are your weakness. I really recommend the Loomis books, as well as whatever Bridgman you can get your hands on. Really read these books, and copy from them, making sure you understand what it is that you're copying. It'll help you a ton. And any life-drawing you can manage, even if it's just out at a park or cafe, will do wonders. Good luck!
Nettle_Mountain hi, thanks for dropping by my sb. Funfetus has just recommended you the best books to practice fundamentals. I like your experimenting with colors also.
You have some very expressive creatures. You have to keep practicing a lot to get the human figure right. Try to post all exercises, someone in the community will take a look and suggest some tips for progress for sure. Keep it up dude.