Pencils look beautiful as always, Krato.
You really need to watch the ratio of the head/face to the rest of the body, you're consistantly
making the head too big. This is a natural psychological tendency...because you're concentrating
on the area with the most detail and emotional impact.
Try to get the proportions down before rendering or details and keep this rule of thumb in mind:
The volume of the cranium should be one half the space between the top of the head and
In the same way the volume of cranium should be such that four of them could be stacked
from the shoulders down to the crotch. The length of the limbs may vary quite a bit from an 'ideal'
measurement (especially the legs) but this ratio of head to torso should be pretty stable unless you're
dealing with little people.
I'm talking cranium volume, and not accounting for the whole head, to include the jaw, because its
nice to have a neat symmetrical unit of measure, and also because the whole head doesn't evenly
divide the body according to its bony landmarks. All this is based on the work of Michael Mentler,
from his posts on CA and on TSoFA.
Anyways, keep it up!