Great work on a lot of the shading on this guy, it all looks very nice and the boldness is very appealing. Though I feel like it could be darker in some spots, if you don't have one already you should pick up an ebony pencil, that will allow you to really bring out the darker values in your graphite work. I think the area that needs it most would be the legs. Right now as the values are the legs and the sword are very close and only really separated by linework darkening the legs or lightening up the sword would fix this. Also the shading on the horns could use some dark values at the top. Right now to me it looks like they're a little flat because it's only shaded at the bottom in a way that doesn't really denote any dimension.
Last thing, and this has nothing to do with your drawing and doesn't mean anything for the score: why why why are you using that paper for a drawing like this? That paper is for blocking off standard comic book panel sling proportion and is frankly being wasted on a character drawing. Not saying your drawing is bad, but that paper is expensive and costs more than a good piece of normal higher lb paper because of its special function. Be smart with your supplies and your money, unless you're super rich or don't care about throwing money away then by all means keep it going,
Regardless, cool drawing.
THANX ALOT I AM FIXIN THE ARTWORK ON THE DRAWING AND THE SHADING. LOL THAT PAPER WELL I GET THEM FROM MICHEALS AND THEY HAVE ONE REG PRICE ITEM 40% OFF COUPON THAT LAST FOR 1 WEEK BUT IT GETS UPDATED EVERY WEEK IN THE WEBISITE JUST PRINT THEM OUT GO TO THE STORE AND GET 40% OFF. THAT PAD REG PRICE IS IN MICHEALS STORE 24 BUCKS SO I 40% LESS THAN THAT. SO DONT FRET LOL ALSO BY THE TIME U READ . I THREW MYSELF TOWARDS SPEEDING CAR
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