Done as part of a 30 minute class.
My current goal is: Improve at correctly capturing the overall proportions of the human form
Nicest job on showing of your range of spaces, edges, forces, and forms of your figures. Please kindly keep up the greatest works.
However in the meantime, these poses and lines all don't seem or look too loosest and lightest and craziest to me yet. How would you like to do 1 more hour of 30 second quickest sketches to push your drawings and gestures and poses. As a result, your bodies will become the least stiffest and rigidest and the most dynamic, energetic, and liveliest yet, for they can be essential to your art, cartooning and animation drawing in general. For furthermost info, please pick up a copy of some Force drawing books by Mike Mattessi and the Ron Husband drawing book on quickest sketching.(neither of which I own) And for most inspiration and influence, look at this Eric Goldberg animation reel.
It's the oldest one on Youtube, for it has tons of the greatest examples of his animations to study and sketch, frame-by-frame! My hat's off to you, and my these help you out on your greatest education.