The form feels right but the volume is a bit lacking. Take into consideration how the weight of the body might move in this situation.
I'll just focus on one area rn: the shoulders need more depth, of course, bc of the pov, not everything will be shown but the position of the arm hidden looks distorted because of the placement.
If you have access to CSP 3D model, play around with the model is to see how parts are not shown.
I hope this helps a little! ^^
I think it looks good! The pose is very dynamic and the leg/feet positioning looks great.
The hands positioning is a bit off and i think the head shape could have a bit more space on top (forehead, rest of cranium) but overall I like it!
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Hope it's been totally and definitely effectual.
wow! thanks you so much!