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    Your simplistic style could benefit from gesture drawing. Learning how the body balances its weight would kick it into something beyond the "if I can do it it ain't art" kind of responses you're likely to get. Also, using an S-curve instead of a straight line to describe the spine from the side would do wonders for you.
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