i have to agree as well with the above comments: and to add: you have done an a very good job at appropriating "extra" space necessary for the "one being held" and their "extended fore arm and hand" [looking a bit larger which is sometimes more "fun" to the viewer" in almost every case even in classical life drawing not just the traditional major forms of anime/manga which now can be anything for the artist if one wishes: since the "arms and fingers" are almost like the "ribbons and bows flowing in any ornamental dress" or often can be seen as related to the samurai as the moving blade very malleable a bit longer not too heavy but swift with invisible lines almost seen or sometimes seen in storyboard: following before and after. this seems to have been achieved in the very center of this piece. well job!
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