You've got a nice style going! I especially love your coloring, simple but still pleasing to the eye. I would, however, like to offer some quick constructive criticism. When drawing a character you should try to think about how their weight is balanced. If a person stands with their torso slightly forward, then their head and legs will have to lean back in order to act as a counterbalance so that they don't fall over. I'm going to use this pose reference as an example:
In this image, the woman's torso is leaning away from her, but in order to keep her balance she has to bend her legs in towards her face. Speaking of pose references, they're very handy for this sort of thing. I'd highly recommend using them (if you don't already) to help you gain a better sense of balance, as well as to improve your anatomy. But to reiterate, you've got an appealing style. There are things you need to work on, but I'd love to see you improve. I really believe you could make something spectacular!
Thank you! I've always had problems with the line of action and balance of the characters, either they're balanced but too stiff or the opposite, I keep trying to improve and that's why I make excersises such as Inktober, thanks for your tips!
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