ooh some criticism is coming
on the first picture, the eyebrows have some white spots between the “hairs”…? idk, it just looks a little bit weird to me, but it’s not really a huge thing to notice. the jaw is a little bit asymmetrical, but I’m not sure if the face was supposed to be tilted or not. about the lips, I’m not sure, yet again, if they should be tilted. and the eye color looks a little bit too neon-ish, it stands out a little too much; the colors used in the picture are grey-ish toned (except for the lips), and the eyes are like “hi, I’m right here.” jokes aside, it’s alright.
as for the second picture, there’s improvement. I would’ve drawn the arms a liiiiiitle bit closer to the body, but other than that the pose looks pretty natural to me. I’m impressed on the lips!
the wrinkles on the clothes look a little bit randomly placed (except for the area where the arm bends). a way to fix this is by using references.
the right hand… eeh. the fingers are the same length. I KNOW how hard it is to draw hands, believe me. again, fix this by using references.
the lashes on both pieces are… chunky. like a poorly applied mascara, y’know?
one last thing on the second drawing:
see what I did here? I rotated it, and look at what I’ve found… the right cheek looks too fat, and the right eye is placed too high. it’s not really a huge thing, but if I were you, I’d draw the face at a normal angle THEN rotate it to avoid things like these.
I hope I didn’t come out as harsh, just giving out some criticism! I’m pretty sure your art will improve with time! practice, practice and practice is the tip I can give you AND USE REFERENCES! hope you did understand what I pointed out, english isn’t my first language (:
EDIT: found a pose reference that could’ve been used for the second picture, it looks pretty similar (is this, by any chance, the one you used?)
EDIT2: (woah, so many edits) I am not an expert! I know just basic human anatomy and I’m a passionate drawing nerd.