I don't mind the arms, but the back leg feels a bit weird to me in relation to the rock he's lying on. Btw, it might be helpful to make a simple model of the creature - that could help you with the perspective and it would also make a great reference for the lighting stage.
I've decided to scrap the whole thing and start again after some good advice from a friend. I jumped the gun on this without doing thumbnails and such haha. I've got a thread in the crit section but it's not getting much feedback
the anatomy studies are looking good although, i think the proportioning in some of them are kind of off (a lot of the heads are too small/squished/narrow/short). Not sure if anyone's recommended it yet, but loomis' figure drawing book is a pretty good ref.
Love your icons, and specially the last piece, what is it anyway?!
Some kinda goblin jumping out of a glass, love the sketches from the
girl. Did you do that from imagination or some kinda photo ref. page!
Maan I can't find this page anymore, think it's calle something like
lovecastle.org or so but not sure anymore, if I google that I really
put my system in danger cause of danger sites and viruses !!!
Iven: Thank you! The last piece is a Daily sketch group topic (created by moi) and it's called 'When fruit attacks'; the concept is the fruit that is being used for still life comes to life and attacks the artist painting it
Gibier: Thanks dude, I'm getting comfortable with anatomy, currently learning the large muscle groups (back, front, upper arms). I'm doing the paint over thing, where you take a picture of a person and then try and match the muscles, see below!
I also did a crit for a friend and found that it was really fun to do, think I might do this more as it helps me learn as well.