These drawings are by no means exhaustive “tutorials.”‘
They are indications of how I construct figures.
Recently I had an epiphany of sorts.
Occasionally I feel I “need” to satisfy the creative process.
“I can draw, therefore I need to draw!”
That can be a self-delusional construct.
Because that approach often prompts you to produce for the sake of producing something!
These creative efforts can end up in the trash because they were hurried for no reason!
Do that and you might end up with stuff you end up disliking.
Enjoy the whole process!
Enjoy the preparation, the initial lines, the re-doing, the failing, the learning.

Some of the methods are a combination of the “industrial” method and merely erasing and redrawing until I feel happy with the result. I chose a fairly standard generic heroic pose and “freestyled” it. I could’ve added more “magic iconography” but at some point, it needs to be finished as being simply a drawing exercise. Why this outfit and why “modern sorceress?” Well, why not. Draw whatever the hell you wish as long as you get in some practice. The proportions aren’t intended to be too realistic, because where is the fun if one is not able to add a few ostentatiously stylized elements?

The French have a great word for preparation— “Mise en place!”
Look up the term, read about it, and live it!
As per https://www.reluctantgourmet.com/mise-en-place/

“All mise en place, pronounced (MEEZ ahn plahs) or (mi zɑ̃ ˈplas), means is to have all your ingredients prepared and ready to go before you start cooking. Translated, “ to put in place.”

It’s kind of like when you go on a trip, first, you make sure you have everything you need and are not forgetting anything, then fold everything nice and neatly so it fits into your bags.”

Have a great day, do art, live and have some good coffee!