Very nice progression here,keep churnin' em out.Love the figures nice variety.
You actually pulled off those babys's faces quite well man, i know they are hard to do. Very well done. Also your anatomy continues to imrpove by leaps and bounds. I HAVE noticed that you seem to have a knack for drawing animals though. they always come out looking amazing and so realistic. Even when you do a cartoon like the octopus one it looks so good!
I will say to you though the same thing that i said to Hai. You should try to not do so many little lines on the outline (unless it is a style thing) on pieces that you believe are more or less finished. Even if it is a finished 'sketch'. Go for continuous lines that show confidence and are flowing from your elbow and shoulder. Make then long and sure. See if your drawings come up looking any different and maybe in a way that you will like!
Cheers man and welcome to the SSG!
You've had a good progression bro, you're not afraid of experimenting new things and it's obvious some of your works have taken quite some time to make and that is in itself to applaud. One thing I noticed is that you improved some on your characters movement, and although they are still stiff, they're much looser than before.
Hey! that last one is a bit... big. Good flow though, from what I see.Try to get even more confidence in your lines, that will make them strong.
Practice some face anatomy too, your knowledge of the bodies muscels is stonger than the faces. It might help to get some grip on the form of the skull, to get the placemet of the eyes, nose and mouth right. Also, the cheeks and the jaw will get more shape then.