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    Critiques are a must!

    Here's something cool before I go to sleep.. if anyone sees any mistakes I'd be greatly thankful ... lately I've been focusing on head shapes leg/pelvis area =\ my understanding of them is weak atm.

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    What's your ref photos for this?
    Overall none of the bodyparts really look like they actually belong together, the angle of the upper body doesn't really work naturally with the arm behind the dude, the body looks overall pretty long, the leg muscles don't feel connected to the hip (and the pants doesn't seem to accommodate the roundness of the leg muscles), the head looks pretty large, positioned oddly considering the angle the upper body is in and doesn't seem to react to the perspective, etc etc...

    Overall if you have problems with some body area, do studies of it from life and photos a lot more.

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    Well, I don't think it's that far off. From the waist down, it looks too large for the upper body. Too thick, I think. And the right shoulder is cocked back a little far.

    I mean, yeah...it's always good to check out ref. But if your goal is to be able to render poses from imagination (e.g. for comics), this isn't bad.

    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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