yo sedig, thx for stopping by my thread. i really love your marker renditions, and your photostudies are pretty sweet. your imaginative figure stuff...needs work, but i see you're working hard. one tip, really remember weight in your work. some of the posemaniacs things that you do, there isn't a sense of weight to what you do. for example, the posermaniacs pictures from post 190, the subtle differences in the outline of the shapes creates a totally different feel of weight with the subject. the feet also seem like they're floating, by not being firmly planted on the ground. check out the shapes of the arms, and the lower legs for example, to see what i mean. i'll try to do a drawing to explain what i mean if i'm being unclear. one of the best pieces of advice i could give for anatomy stuff is to try poses out yourself. get a feel for the weight, for what things are humanly possible and feasable, and what things are not, and then analyze your drawings with those things in mind; it will make your drawings more natural and believable. thx for the crits, and i wish you luck on your artistic journey. all in it together, man.
oh, i forgot. crit about the jump rope girl, her hair is drawn like she was jumping up, but her shorts appear as if she was coming down. be aware of consistency in movement in your drawings; it's the little things that will give something more movement, more expression. cheers.