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fchan made me want to try and I did...more or less sucessfully >>
I'm not extremely experienced when it comes to human anatomy (read up on the basics of course, took a few figure drawing classes and practiced in private, but the majority of my drawing time is taken up by animals) so I'm afraid the poses look a bit stiff and unnatural, what can I do to change that? /Things I should pay more attention to in the future? ->All critique on the anatomy/proportions is welcome, though I'd rather not have you comment on the subject (I don't care if you don't like lions/wolves/gays) and/or the shading (which is half-arsed and messy, being awake at 2am does that to me.) Also: No flames! Don't tell me it sucks and run off, either give me tips on how to improve or don't comment at all, thank you.
Great job but the only thing that really bugs me is the thumb. It's too long and it makes the hand look unnatural and even uncomfortable. The right arm on the wolf also looks kinda off, the perspective just looks weird to me, I'd suggest finding a reference or even taking a picture of your own arm in the same position to help out
Thank you for taking the time to write something -even though it's one year too late to make a difference xD Haha, back then I thought this was pretty good, now I look at it and think 'oh dear god, this monstrosity needs so be destroyed'.