These are some great figure drawings. I love that I can feel the weight of the figure on the left and you put in some really great indications of muscle mass. The figure on the right has a beautiful, delicate pose and my eye is really drawn to their hands. I feels like a good storytelling pose. I think what I would push is the the angle of the shoulders and the angle of the pelvis in both. Not much, just a little more contrapposto in both to bring a little more weight and dynamics. I think it'll push the story of the poses just a bit further. In the the case of the figure on the right, pushing the hips and shoulders a bit will make it feel like they are pulling, like maybe they are conjuring a spell, pulling energy or lifting a weird object.
The poses are outstanding, JBLEE, and each line, shape, and space lands, although, I've got one tinier request: Could you like to go for yet another 30 minute class mode of figure studies, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty pleaase?????? The argument is because, your lines of action and silhouettes will become most stonger, clearer, and most direct. Presume and expect to bear fruit for your great career in illustration and art, and cartooning, and animation.
Thank you for your opinion. I've been very busy lately cause my life job. Haha. From today i will do my drawing work again. Thank you so much.