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    Leaping Attack!



    This guy is leaping for an attack.

    I might consider doing more to it. If I do, then I may an enemy in the lower right hand corner (upfront), and many more around him (such as an army). Treat this guy as some special powered guy, I may add some characters to him in the CG stage to show that he has a certain skill, that enables him to tackle all the enemies before him.

    But aside from that, do you see any proportional errors on this guy? Or anything that would be better off if changed?

    Thanks, just crit away.

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    If he's leaping, then why is his right foot planted on the ground? Take both of his feet off the ground, put him in the air, and add some oomph behind the coming swing.

    A ground line might help.

    And check the anatomy on those arms, do that pose yourself in the mirror if you have to.

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    Zeb, thank you for some help. I drew his right foot planted on the ground showing that he is just about to leap off of the ground, but now that you mention it, there would be more action if he was already in the air. As for the arms, I tried, I can do that position, but just a little uncomfortable, so I'll most likely change that. For the coming swing, I also see now that I could add more tension and pull to it, I just have to exaggerate the swing more.

    Thanks again for your help.

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