I really like your style. It's simple, confident and elegant. All very good things. Unfortunately, the piece itself suffers from several pose/perspective/anatomy issues that really flatten it out. For starters, he has no neck. It looks as though his head is held in place by the squeezing power of his shoulders. His head, shoulders, torso, and legs are all in different perspectives from each other. I'm thinking this is just a matter of simple foreshortening for the most part. When it comes to the post, please don't be offended, but I don't understand it. What is the pose supposed to show? His elbows are tucked tight into his waist while his forearms jut straight out horizontally. This isn't anguished or enraged, his forearms would point more up and out (or crossed) and his face would show it. It's not a combat pose, nor is it a feral pose. A combat pose would show his claws infront of him pointed inward, and a feral pose would be much more animalistic. To me, he looks like he's carrying invisible firewood. However, all that said, I still really like the quality of the line work, the style, and the rendering. I think this is rather good start to what can be an awesome piece.