Say, citrus, your figures are really, absolutely distinguished, in terms of your forms and gestures, and, boy, are they GORGEOUS! Love so much weight and balance in those designs.
So, my littlest, tiniest nitpick is that though most of the poses are the clearest and perfectly readable, but, some of the hands are a bit too roughest for the fingers to be the most perceivable to be able to be in completest detail. Those hands are far too scribbliest and roughest for my tastes. Would you please practice drawing and seeing your hands and feet with 5 minutes of 30 second hands and feet? (all flipped normally, horizontal or vertical) The reasons is because: a) to help you draw those hands and feet with your right side of your brain. b) to make your feet and hands the least stiffest and choppiest, and the most cleanest, dynamic, energetic, vital and fluidest. c) To totally help you out on polishing and refining your line control and quality in your poses, hands and feet.
Good luck, and I hope it helps you out the most with the most patience and practice and experience.
Thank you for your great ideas. I will practice my hands and feet.
Switching from pen to brush to at least have the option is a rewarding journey. The girl in the lower left corner has gained a mysterious beauty from your great line economy.