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Grasshopper
This is where I'll be posting art, sketches or otherwise. I accept criticism, welcome comments, and consider requests or challenges.

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Al, from Fire Emblem: Champion's Blade
Drew him about two weeks ago, 31 August, but never got around to posting him.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NPjsO ... Xu-T-26lw9
Seliph Baldos Chalphy, Scion of Light, from Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Ak8p2 ... P7WTqRroaG
Roy, Son of Marquess Pherae, from Fire Emblem: Sealed Sword

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rMX8N ... 5nbdcKKl4g
Spider-Man, wearing the Iron Spider Suit, from Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War

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Farmer
Did you want to display the images' actual pictures in the post? You would place the direct link to the image in between the [img] tags, like so:

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[img]https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/r6iIIlzEOEHbInd_33WAUsYmyW2AxuD6ZhEsD6RpIM-HwOCwRrRdyYHpddCVeCAl27NmQyc2uQPi4Y7T-swD=w1920-h943-rw[/img]


Going to be a little specific about things that are a little off.

Seliph: This one is mostly fine. However, the most uncanny thing is that her fingers are really long and only seemingly have one joint.
Roy: Really enjoy the clothing here. Arguably your strongest piece. Due to the apparent length of his legs, his arms seem short in comparison. It makes him look like a really tall child.
Spider-Man: Dynamic pose, but his outstretched leg is what makes the pose look stiff, as it flats out the rest of the image. His lifted hand is also on backwards; he has two right hands. General use of that hand might be a little confusing for him, nevermind web-swinging.

Generally, I'm impressed by how the costumes drawn, more specifically, Roy's clothing. The small additions of shadow are a nice addition, as well. The primary issues I'm spotting are the proportions of the bodies (long biceps, short forearms, unnaturally thin necks that are equally wide as their arms), as well as the how the bodies are placed in a 3D space--they look rather flat. I would into practicing figure drawing, perhaps even trying out a few studies.

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