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    Quick Perspective Experiment Questions

    So I tend to do really bland animal drawings - side on, little movement. I'm trying to branch out.

    The crosshatching was mostly an afterthought, my concerns are that it's impossible to tell the position of the front legs (touching the ground or not) or any sense of movement. Also it just doesn't seem very fluid.
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    It looks good from my point of view and I don't see anything wrong with it.

    If you're too concerned if the fox (wolf?) is floating then add a cast shadow on the ground.

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    I think the right front paw should be a little lower in the picture plane, to emphasise it being closer to the viewer. I think the head is too big, and I suggest you make a clear distinction between the side and front of the animal through careful hatching...
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