Hey there, welcome to Class E!
It's nice seeing the variation of the thing's you're drawing, and you're off to a good start!
Maybe start off with trying some sort of a study, like a drawing from life or from a reference photo. I would recommend things like fruit or teapots, stuff with simple shapes and move on from there. Check out this thread for a more in depth list of what we grade based on, and what things you can focus on. See shading/color and body/object structure.
So, one thing's for sure, you need to work on a few things, but don't worry, everyone does!
Valentine: Your characters are to blocky. Also, the man laying on the bed; his arm shouldn't be that flexible, no less, comfortable. If you use your own body, then you can see whether your character is stiff, or in an impossible pose.
Hit: One thing to consider is the equal length between your thigh and your shin (including the foot). If you were to use your fingers to briefly estimate it's length, you'd see one is better than the other. Even if something is slightly bigger, the lower-lower body would still have that advantage. Also, the fists on hit seem way to small, considering his body size and his buffed up arms. Make sure your hands are as thick as the forearm. As for the eyes; no eyebrows?
Innocence: The eyes are too far spread apart from the nose. Sidenote, Hatsune's legs don't look very comfortable in that position. You also need to try out these positions, if you took a picture of yourself in a certain position and redrew it, you might have a larger understanding on how the human body actually looks like, and not what it seems to be.
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This chat is more convenient in the matter that you can directly paste screenshots (if you have Windows, use the Snipping Tool program) into chat and it loads :P It's also quicker to get feedback from other artists on the site. Discord's available as a web browser, separate program, and a phone app. So use whichever one's more convenient to ya~
Ay, we recently announced Artist Of The Month on the news page, which can be found by clicking the "News" button at the top of website. Please don't hesitate to PM me if you have any feedback/suggestions on the idea, as we'd love to hear them .
Art pouring out of yer brain? Too many threads to handle? We suggest you make ONE thread and post all of your art as new posts to keep track of them all and make them easy to find ^^ Then you could also look back on old feedback