I'm noticing I don't have much traditional art in my gallery, so I'm digging out some of my old life drawing studies. It's been a long time since I did any dedicated life drawing. These really weren't perfect but I liked that we had repeat visits from the same models sometimes, so I was able to try rendering various poses.
His proportions look a little odd, but I recall that he had a somewhat unusual figure, short and close-coupled with small hands and feet. I do wish I'd had a bit more time for some of these sessions, since I clearly focused on some areas and didn't get to finish others.
Charcoal pencils were my favorites to work with despite the mess. Shading large areas lightly and quickly was so eaaaasy and I liked the soft look they gave.
Since these are a decade old critiques might not be totally applicable anymore, but they're welcome nonetheless.