Just so you know, it's not hard to see that you didn't paint those last ones yourself. Simple photoshop-filters over pics you downloaded off the net. I can see that some of them are home-made.
Look, photoshopping pics that someone else made won't help you get any better. At this stage, what you need is to just draw lots and lots with a pencil on paper.
Seriously, stop that filtering (Or paint-overs or whatever it is)
yer i'm not even gna hide tht i painted over some o them but most of them are actually just re-painted with references but you can tell which ones i actually painted over cuz they sitll have bits of the picture there and also the vertical labret pic = proof that i re-paint with using a reference ;_;
ps i understand now tht the tone in ur comment wuz offense because u think that i'm jus claimin them as my own maybe i shudda sed in my response tht i was uploadin some old stuff i did as practice (along with some stuff i did by myself just usin a reference)
k so i'll do tht now
numbers: 1 2 4 5 7 8 14 15 19 22 23 25 26 = paint-overs done for practice and
3 6 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 20 21 24 = done with references (but re-painted myself) OR done completely from scratch (those ones are easy to tell lol)
Well, I guess all I can say is keep practicing. Drawing is something that takes several years to learn, and several lifetimes to master.
But I can already see that you've made a bit of progress, which is always a good thing.
Hey man, go pick up an anatomy book and draw out of it till your hands fall off, you'll notice huge improvements, also when drawing from life it is equally important to actually look at what you are drawing as it is to make marks on your page.