The jacket is too short while the hand anatomy is wrong.
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J-Grey, Sept 26, 2014:
I think I haven’t commented on your artworks yet, so I’m gonna fix it
First of all, I want to second Cameron. I see a lot of improvement - you made a great step forward in lineart and coloring. His face and hair looks good for me, I see confidence in his look and pose. The cane adds more style in the overall look, and I like the way he holds it – not playfully or elegantly. You did a good job with the folds on his trousers.
When it comes to men fashion, I always think of Nick Wooster.
That’s why I felt that on your picture the jacket is a bit too short for a man of his age.
I agree with your thoughts about the hands’ anatomy problem. I think the problem is that the torso on the left side is bigger, so it looks like it’s turned in the wrong direction. Maybe this photo will also help you:
I also want to add a small suggestion to leave free space on the background (now I think his left foot is a bit cropped).
Overall, it’s a really good drawing. I’ve noticed that you’ve put it into sketches, but I think the level is higher.
Good luck in further improvement
The World was born from the Primary Light. Together with it, the four Seasons were born. Each of them looked like a snake with six wings. There was a soft god Spring on whose head flowers grew; a hot-blooded goddess Summer, always followed by a bunch of butterflies; a gloomy god Fall, in whose feathers yellow maple leaves rested, and a cruel goddess Winter who had a completely white body.
The seasonal gods were greedy; each of them wanted entire sky to be theirs only. Every snake persecuted three others, wishing to banish them from the sky. As Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter kept changing their being place all the time, there was no one set season at time.
At one moment, it was a chilly Winter, and another moment it was already a hot Summer, chased by cold again. In one day, all the Seasons changed many times. Living beings highly suffered because of the seasonal gods‘ quarrels.
As the seasonal deities were extremely strong and aggressive, the others