You got the purple warm/cool hybrid locking in all the cool colors I see. Body language here is nice, gesture is natural. The way the legs are bent you did a good job with the distribution of weight.
(Now for arts sake I will be picky) The arms seem to be different lengths and width. If you put both arms down side by side you'll find the elbows aren't in the same spot. The forearm is also thicker on on more then the other. A petty small observation but it might help?
Thank you for the time and effort you put into making your comment, I'll consider those points in future pieces. However, I can't really go back to fix up those details at this point, nor do I particularly want to, since for every piece I make I open up critique with friends during completion and with clients after, if applicable, and once I'm done I'd rather relax in the comfort of having completed it satisfactorily rather than worry over every little mistake. In other words, I tend to be self critical to the point where it's no longer enjoyable to draw when I feel like I have to consider every minute detail in an attempt to never make a mistake. While, again, I appreciate the gesture, I'd really much rather study and practice than fret about a completed work after the fact, since as far as I'm concerned that will be the ultimate outcome either way, and I'd much rather take the road that will aggravate my neurotic nature less
Oh! No worries, I was just finding something to talk about. Trust me not looking to bug ya. I throw them out as feelers half the time. Some artists really enjoy the feed back, others don't want to hear it. They got their own thing going on. I used to be like that myself. I didn't want to hear anything about my art because I spent so much time on it. Now I spend hours on something and nobody will say anything, so it's funny how that comes full circle on me. It looks great no worries. ~pat pat~ Rest easy my friend. You are in safe hands.