Hey there! Great job on those paintings, I like your colors! One side of your face tends to slip away. Try to flip your canvas and zoom out as often as you can, so you can notice these mistakes. Also whenever you aren't sure, just make a straight line that connects the eyes, a straight line that connects the nostrils, and a straight line that connects the corners of the mouth. In most cases, those lines should be parallel. Here, I made an overpainting, and I also gave some of those faces a little botox. Hope I could help! Keep up the great work! :)
Hey there! Great work so far! I feel like you lose a lot of the gesture while converting it into a mannequin. I'd say try to keep those curves you have already set up instead of relying way too much on those boxes. Feel free to play around, squish and stretch those boxes to your heart content :)
I highly suggest that you keep the mannequinization to a very simple model. No joints. No hands. No feet. From what I can see, you cannot see in three dimensions too well yet. Your shapes don’t feel like volumes much at all. I do see a small bit of volumetric structure in the torso but only the beginnings. I suggest using a model sort of like the one I’ve added below. In general, try to simplify the subject as far as you can to effectively see a 3d model of it in your head and then add more specifics from there. In regards to gesture try to see a 3d model of the figure in your head then draw the gesture based on that; however, it is a gesture drawing after all so keep it loose. P.S. Never substitute any rectangle or rectangular prism for an elliptical surface or volume unless you can already fit the ellipses in its respective rectangular counter part without frustration. You’re not helping yourself create believable three dimensional volumes in the long term.
Hey there! To be honest you really just need to draw. It doesn't matter what, just do it. You shouldn't care about your art style, it will slowly develop and the main thing that has an impact on it is the art you consume. Find professionals whose work you like, and maybe even ask them about their way of working. That's probably the easiest way to become a better artist. All I can say is that you shouldn't care about social media. To be successful there you have to be consistent for years and you are only just starting to walk that path.
Damn, you don't have to flex your phone on us. :P Anyways, nice work so far. Your rhythm is pretty nice. I feel like that your lines are a bit too light. Once you get the gesture right, try to strengthen the most prominent lines. It will make the sketch much easier to understand. Also, some of your drawings seem like they are off-balance. To fix that, make a vertical line from the sternum. That line should also hit the heel of the leg, which you have the weight on. If it's not hitting the heel, the body is probably unbalanced. Hope I could help! Keep up the great work! :)