Start filling this sketchbook with LOTs of hot guys studies then I want this sketchbook OVERFOLLOWING with hot guys Dudes ,dudes dudes. Welcome to CA keep posting and work hard. I suggest studying some Andrew Loomis too, studying his figures will bump yours right up, here is all his books. http://acid.noobgrinder.com/Loomis/
These are undeniably cute, but I wonder how you hope to draw hot guys, when you never draw them? You can't achieve a goal with out working towards it, so draw draw draw! Work from photos of hot boys, post up some images of hot boys, do some anatomy studies, copy images from masters (you need to say who you took it from, but this is actually really useful for improving) who draw hot boys.
There is nothing wrong with chibis, but no one wants to be a one trick pony.
Too much chibi! Okay, maybe you can never have too much of a good thing, or maybe you can and it will lead to blood sugar imbalances. I'm just saying, keep drawing and maybe try some non-chibi stuff too.
I love drawing hot guys, lol. I'd love to see some posts of some hot guys. As some as said, gotta work on them, if you want to do them. Of course I'm probably the opposite, I draw most guys in my free time, so I gotta work on other things from time to time. Espcially cute things. lol
You got a good understanding of the things you can do right now, but It would be great if you could add more shading to these drawings, making them look just a bit more realistic, because right now they look a little flat with those plain grey areas, try learning from loomis here: http://www.fineart.sk/index.php?s=72&cat=15
Keep learning new stuff by getting out of your comfort zone.
really cute chibis! like everyone else has said already, the next step is to get out of your comfort zone and try different things. studying the loomis books is good, but even drawing anime guys with realistic proportions ("non-chibis" haha) can help you improve.
but yea i share the same statement
time to get out of your comfort zone
wuahah , but yeah it does help develop you as an artist,
i do draw TONS of dragonball when i was younger. and what i learn from that( forth shortening ,poses ect ect ) i took that and combine it with whatever i learn