If anyone has ever watched an interview with Daniel Radcliffe, they might have noticed his socks: they're quite hilarious. And I wanted to draw them...so here they are. Yes, he does have yellow and red socks with green dinosaurs.
Definitely. And I can understand that. But, so far, I think he's doing a great job! Look at his work since HP ended; it's incredible diverse. And since Horns and Kill Your Darlings is coming out soon, I think that will just reinforce that for everyone. Like my mom said, "He doesn't let any grass grow under his feet"!
Ah, that might have been it! From my understanding of human anatomy, male hands and feet are actually at different proportions (slightly) than female appendages. c: (According to this one cool proportional thing I did in my... Biology of Marine Mammals class...? It was a proportion comparison of upper arm/forearm/hand length in the males and females of the class, to display humans' trend toward males having proportionally longer hands and shorter forearms than females.) Also, it is indeed possible that you have small feet. I wouldn't claim to know such a thing myself.
Regardless, (and this is just my observation, no offense meant xD) from this perspective, his feet appear to be disproportionately small to the extent that it jumped out at me even from the thumbnail. I don't blame you or anything ridiculous like that. Foreshortening is difficult as heck and I tend to get proportions just terribly wrong myself. Maybe my own history with keeping an eye on my own proportions in drawings has made me biased toward looking at other drawings in the same light. I have no idea. -u-
Anyway, no skin off my bones here. I just thought input might somehow do something positive for you, considering that you do not have comments/critique disabled. -u- Apologies if you somehow took offense, and happy arting!
My fiancÚ has massive feet so I'd never use him as a reference anyway. xD' That non-typical proportion. If I may be so pretentious, I've always really liked Posemaniacs ( www.posemaniacs.com/ ) for references, to get down proportions and structure. Honestly I think I use it for every human drawing I can find a reference for there. <_>