Ok, I looked again, I think it's a lack of feminine curve and proportions like in the sheets justin made, have you checked them? It is the most feminine of all, perhaps the amount of armour is just throwing the shape off a little?http://cgartsandanimationtutorials2014.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/character-design-1-intro-to-character.html
Hhmm okay thank you, Ill check the sheets. Your probably right about the curves and Ill have a play laters and maybe move the chest amour up a little so you see the breasts a little more? Right now Im playing with the hero, small little changes so would love to get your feed back from that as well later :) Thanks again for your help.Have a nice day.
Watch your head sizes here. They should all be similar sized. The villains head is too large for her size- it should be no larger than the heroes, assuming she is a human. And the sidekick is too small. I think now she is compared to the others, its clear she needs to be more feminine. I will email you a sketch later to give you some ideas.
Head sizes, only now you mention it do I see it, thanks for pointing that out, I will change the sizes slightly so hopefully they will be the right size next time :)And her shape, when Nat mentioned her having more curves, I could not work out how to add them to this pose so I may need to do a turn around for her sooner than I had planed to understand the curves as its just a blur to me. So thank you for anything you can send that may help!Thanks for your commentsHave a nice day