Good morning, Zsomi, and welcome to Line of Action, I'm Polyvios, and how are you?
Nicer job on your range of animal and figure motions, edges, and spaces. Very greater, but keep up the great work. Still, they all don't seem a bit too looser and too livelier yet. How would you like to loosen up and lighten up your lines of action with 5 minutes of 1 minute poses and animals? All drawn from memory, to help you develop and refine your muscle memory (myelin)??
The logic behind this criticism is because (no offence on that criticism work) your lines of action and rhythm will become lesser than stilted and the most convicted and clearer in your lines of rhythm and tempo in all of your gestures of any and every person or beast. If that helps, then how would you please pick a photo of any figure or critter, and draw it 5 times in a row, with 5 different time limits? The arguement is as a result, your memory drawings will become the more spontaneous and livelier, even if you have to do lots of blind contours of anything and everything.
Let's hope they've helped, and have a nicer day.