Oh my gosh thank you! I think this helped me just put the cherry on top of my villain, and helped me with trying to give my hero motivation. http://www.weightlossjumpstars.com/self-motivational-weight-loss-books/
Finally, you add in the thumb, just below and to the side of the fingers (the side depending on which hand you are drawing). Description from jamiesale-cartoonist.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Varying Your Body Types by dredsina: "I think it’s very important for artists to vary the types of bodies they draw! Not only does it add visual interest and diversity, but different body types can enhance your characters! (Plus it’s more realistic; when was the last time you walked down the street and everyone had the same body type?)"
Today’s practice is devoted to body variation. A plethora of well-written essays exist examining the lack of variety in body types in comics, especially concerning female characters. I have noticed that a great many artists tend to develop a personal ideal body type, and use this for all the women they draw.