I'll be honest but while some say that one arm is too long, I think it's just that the other arm is too short but other than that, THIS IS FREAKIN AMAZING!
Not to worry. I'm aware of how bad the drawing is made. It's kind old (I was young, I promise!! DDDD:) but sadly one of my most famous drawings. Thanks for commenting anyway :3
Ooh! Ghostfire pigtails!
Off to being serious about commenting now ...
Considering how, while holding the grip of the sword, the four fingers' curl would leave no space for his thumb, I wonder where the short stubby appendage went. I have to hold a sword from time to time (um, let's not ask why), and I usually put my thumb over my fore and middle finger to secure the grip on the sword; if you put the thumb - instead of over - next to the joints of your fore and middle finger, you could quickly strain the wrist, or worse, the sword may slip.
The arm *is* too long, like another reviewer mentioned. xD You can either lift the meeting point of his forearm (wrist to elbow) and arm (elbow to shoulder), or reduce the angle so that it looks like he's more or less stretching his arm almost horizontally.
Criticisms aside, I adore how you colour in the flames - they look like they *are* alive (I'm mesmerized, to be frank). And his eyes look slightly 3-D, amazing. You chose a good background colour - any lighter and it'd make the flames look pale, any darker and it'd mute the colour of his apparel. Good job with the apparel, by the way - though I'd suggest one more crease near the cuff of his sleeve, left arm. I get the impression that the single crease there is made on the paper itself - the entire piece of artwork, rather than on the character intentionally, or there's a bulge of something underneath his sleeve (but that could be just my eyes).
You're great at making this *I'm envious* XDDD
I love the fire around him!! I'll watch the anime now
LET THE BODY'Z HIT DA FLOOR >_<!!!
arm'z seem thin to me and odd looking O_o but i cant do what you have done here X3
6 and 1/2
is a realy cool exersist
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