So, I've recently jumped out of my drawing slump that I've been in for a couple of years, and I'm pretty excited with what I've been able to accomplish. I'd like to see your comments/criticism, but please read my comments before posting something redundant. I'll also do them in chronological order. Why? Because I said so.
This one I did during a church meeting. I was working on my multitasking skills, honest Anyways, I REALLY like this guy, aside from a few things, such as the angle of the clavicles, and the fact that I messed up which side of his left hand the thumb was on. So I tried to cover that up, but to little avail. Still, I love the feel that I got across with this guy. He's supposed to be the main character for the game a few friends and myself are making in Flash. The game is ultimately supposed to be a tribute to God of War, and his name is Kraecles.
This is a study of a back that I copied directly out of my copy of Gray's Anatomy. I'm pretty proud of this one, except for the right of both the iliac crest (top of pelvis) and the capitulum (bottom of humerus). This one took about an hour, and is really my first "anatomy" drawing.
I am immensely proud with the way this one turned out. I don't really have any nitpicks with this one. I know I should have buried the tibia and fibula in the muscle, but I like the way this looks This one was also copied from Gray's, and also tok about an hour.
This one I'm relatively proud of. Rather than just copying one image, I used several for reference, and compiled this. I think that it turned out rather well, though it seems the leg is REALLY long. But that's most likely because the whole shabang isn't there.
I REALLY like this one. The abs are kind of off-wack, but I have no idea what that Gray's picture was really trying to show. I also realized that after I finished this piece, I'm starting to develop a style. Do I like it? Kinda. But I'm sure that after I start to add things like skin, faces and props, it'll flesh out much more.
So there it is. I hope people have helpful things to post, and I also hope to update my progress on a regular basis.