All of these look so great! I remember when we were working on the skeleton drawing, I had to adjust my sketch over and over because I kept on drawing the proportions wrong! I wish I drew my skeleton a little differently though (it's the one on the bottom left corner), I meant for the focal point to be the hand in the lower left corner, and for the spine to be an "S" shape, guiding the eyes of the viewer to said focal point, but the skeleton just ended up looking like I put it in the middle of the paper. Also, the hip area is a little smaller than it actually should have been, and I messed up on the texture of the right hip. I meant for it to have a "grainy" look, but it just ended up looking like I didn't press my colored pencil hard enough. Almost all of the value scale was used though, so I guess that's something positive about it!
The color wheel designs are really nice and complex, the color schemes within each wedge really compliment the colors.
"The arts celebrate multiple perspectives. One of their large lessons is that there are many ways to see and interpret the world." -Elliot W. Eisner
Drawing & Painting II
Youth Art Month