First time I'm seeing your stuff. I'm seeing not only the skill advancement as this thing progresses, but style development as well. That's a good thing to have happen. Doesn't work that way for everyone.
You asked earlier about 30 sec. poses. The best advice I can give is to think of what you want to capture before you sit down to draw. Do you want to capture the line of the spine in the various poses, muscle contours on the interior of the body, the position of the pelvis in relation to the ribcage and/or head, shadow pattern, etc. You'll use the time more effectively if you just focus on key ideas. You don't have to get the whole figure down.
bbassir: hey thanks a ton! people arent my favorite thing to draw really, i get frustrated easily with human anatomy, especially when it comes to shading naked bodies. I get bored! Oh well, more animals for me!
shobunkin: thanks thanks thanks thanks i will!
lefran: there will definitely be more of that!
Artzncraphs: Thanks! I really just like drawing/painting things that make me smile inside.
Windmaker: Thank youuu!! You should. Theyd be lovely.
Two more watercolors from last night!
Messy messy. Finding skin tones is hard. I like how the cowface turned out though. Wish I didnt color the background that way though.
African safariiii sunset from one of my animal books:
Chelsea, you've been busy! Little sis' portrait's lookin' good, the giraffe is awesome, but those watercolors...BAM!! I think you just found a new medium you should master. Those are GREAT! The first one and the safari are sweet but my favorite is the smoking girl. That one is clutch. The hippo is right on too, your animals' anatomy and proportions are really very strong, well done.