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    Any problems you see?

    Was just doing the spur of the moment, but then i decided to make it more fun. Now im thinking to make a reference... but not sure.

    So see any mistakes, need some fresh eyes!

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    I think the hips should be a little wider, actually. That's all I can see that stands out to me.

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    Is the image too big for the screen? I'll go fix it.

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    Figuring on how to shading her other arm? is it correct? ( other arm i mean, by her left)

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    The way the light hits the shoulder area and then abruptly stops implies something strange about her physique. I would stick to lighter and middle-value tones and then go easy on the shadows, as they should only be emphasizing the form, if I understand your lighting situation.

    There should be a cast shadow coming from the left breast, as well.

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    Left breast as in the viewers?

    thank you for your critique

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    check out the legs. right now shee dont looks like standing more like levitating.

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    fixing her arms,

    what do you mean by levitating, whats making her levitate?

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    mit need to feel more heavy, foot position maybe. chack this out http://theartofglenkeane.blogspot.com/

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    does it look more heavier?

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    You need to clearly define her hands and feet. They seemed to have been forgotten about as you started putting the finish on the other stuff.
    I would suggest sketching out everything clearly, and to the same level as everything else in the drawing. Don't isolate one or more areas and only work on them, but rather work on the whole sketch evenly.
    I hope that you find that advice helpful.
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    thanks you!

    I acutally started refining the feet XD. And ill be working on the arms soon. Thanks again for your advice.

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    It looks like the light source is pretty much over to her right side, around head level. Considering that, it seems like that highlight on her left shoulder/armpit shouldn't be as harsh or large as it is. Also in your last iteration, you've shaded all under her right breast... I would think the light coming from the side wouldn't create that sort of downward shadow.
    As well, her right ankle should be more fully lit from the side. And her knees seem a bit too prominently highlighted.

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