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    Nice - but I think you should work on the hands a bit more - although captain america has thick hands - he also has big hands - and the size of your hands compared to the arms - it looks slightly small. Make the hands (length from wrist to end of hand -fingers in some cases, knuckles in this case) slightly longer/larger.

    In addition - work on the shadowing on some of his arms. Where he bends his arm to put a thumbs up - there should be more shadow on that arm - think about it from your perspective (put ya self in that position and look at the shadow) - think about the light source aswell!

    Great piccy though - well fun to look at.

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    Welcome to CA!

    Good starting drawing, but I have 1 critique for you already, haha. First post and already with the comments... anyway... his right foot seems to be on a different spacial plane as the other foot. If you'll look at the heels you'll see they're on 2 different heights. Just a little thought!

    Anyway, always good to see the new books (especially ones with good starts!) on here. Keep it up and post some more!

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    It looks pretty nice. Just remember you're drawing a super hero, try to make him look like a super hero. You did a good job on the muscles,but next time try to vary his stance as in make it look like he's getting ready to attack someone, or even change the perspective from which you perceive him. Good job none the less

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    Thank's guy's for the C&C i appreciate it alot.

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