Eon: Animals are harder to draw than I thought. The birds were fun though. Yea, the sky pirate chick looks like she should be tilted to the left a few more degrees. I have a problem with keeping my balance and proportion in check the larger I draw. I guess I need to step back from my work more and double check everything. It seems like it's way easier for me to draw accurately when I draw small. Sky pirate on the bird might be cool, but I got another chracter I posted earlier that goes with the crane.
Chance.: Dude, I totally didn't even know what LMS was until today! Thanks for telling me. Now I know and I signed up. I sounds fun..it might push me to work harder.
Koto Stomp: Thanks, I was having second thoughts about that thigh too. I redrew it a couple times. I guess It's still not right.
More thought into the gestures will give the characters more individuality. Like here: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1194757210 She's leaning with attitude but her hand is just resting on her hip passively, have her make a fist and it'll look more butch, put a sneer on her face, experiment with the angle of that cigar and how she holds it, get some animation in there.
You also mentioned not drawing enough dudes. If you'd rather draw women then practice getting as many different types of women as you can think of. They can all still be attractive, but different types of it, not just all japanese cuteness. Get ref, Rosario Dawson and Michelle Rodriguez are pretty badass, Catherine Zeta Jones has a different sort of sexyness than Natalie Portman, and whatnot, you don't need me to explain it.
armando: Great points armando. I usually don't reference any faces for my characters so they just kinda come out uninspiring sometimes. I'm definately trying to tip the scales more towards dudes right now, I just have to learn how to come up with interesting guy characters. Great feedback as always.
Tying up loose ends here. I don't know if I'm done yet.