For me the jump from the "robo bean" to the "mannquinization" is a big one. It would have helped to have additional lessons in between to practice the shapes for the different body parts. It would also have helped if Stan would explain what he is doing during the session. I only started with this chapter. Maybe it works out in the end.
This section sure is tough compared to the previous ones! (Except the landmark section, I had no idea what was going on there ha), but I guess that means it's where the real improvement can take place. Here's some of my attempts, some of these are from the photos he used in the video, some are based off other reference. It's so hard comparing mine to his because his line quality is so amazing, ha. Mine are certainly a lot more messy than I'd like. The hardest part for me definitely feels like putting down the first shapes. Would it be wrong to just start with a normal bean and then turn it into boxes? Starting with the boxes from the beginning feels really hard. Any other feedback would be super appreciated. I'll probably spend a long while on this, cuz it seems like this is a really essential skill to practice.