Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook and the kind words.
I really like the progress that you've shown from your first post to now. Your figures are a lot more proportional and their volume is getting much better.
One thing I've noticed on many of your clothed figures or figures with accessories, they lack differntiation from the body of the figure. In other words, they sometimes look a little more like a texture on the figure rather than an article with depth, dimension, and form all its own.
Here's a quote from colepoopface's Sketchbook Thread regarding this:
I left in a little more after the specific part I was talking about because that is good stuff too.i think recently that has helped me is just craming it into my stupid face, "two things cannot exist in the same space" so when I add a grenade, i think about how it will lay across the top of the form, and where i am in relation to the grenade. When you add anything, think of its relationship to the form of your character. Also, studying where muscles connect has been incredibly helpful for my moving forms, its not a problem for me to determine how a bicep will lay across the arm, or the twist of a forearm now that i know where my Supinator Longus starts and finishes, and that the bicep actually connects to scapula and not the humorus.
Anyway, thanks again and keep up the good work!