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Thanks! :3
Posted Jun 20, 17 · OP
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Hello and welcome to Class D!

It's nice to see your pose variation! Adventuring past your comfort zone is one of the first steps you can take to improving. ^^

Try simplifying the human figure into basic shapes, like boxes and cylinders so you can more easily see them in 3D. If you didn't use reference, maybe use one. If you did use a reference, look at the reference in terms of shapes rather than "arms" or "legs". Maybe even use the reference upside down and draw the whole figure mirrored. This helps you stray away from symbol drawing and forces you to draw what you see instead of what you think certain elements are supposed to look like. For more info about stuffs, check out this thread here.
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Posted Jun 21, 17
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