Work on proportions and the skeletons. It looks like you didn't do any skeleton before starting.
I could be wrong, but I'm used to that.
Body proportions are also iffy. Say, the forearm being twig-sized.
Also, don't be afraid to cheat a little and use lines or beziers in place of straight out drawing on occasion.
Hope that helped. I'm afraid I'm not one for words, spoken or otherwise.
And the question is: is there a solution...at all? Is there finitely many, or is there infinitely many? An infinite number of solutions? That'd get much more difficult. And you can multiply them and, uh, take powers and add them. Variables multiplied, powers added. That's it. That's the point we will make.
Perhaps, it's like, uh... A quadratic function such as (x^2)+5x+7. That's a polynomial. An infinite number of solutions? That'd get much more difficult.