Just adding to my repertoire of really bad WIP sketch work. It's pretty hilarious to see where things start as compared to how they end up. Looking at my finished works, I giggle a bit to see my rough ideas, but I think it's a good idea to share how things start out with my audience. I know a lot of people are very self-conscious about their drawing abilities, and this is a prime example showing how things don't, at least for me, ever look very good at the start.
It also kind of gives you an idea of how much work and revision goes into a finished piece. I'm sure as I do more work, I'll get better and faster, so some of this will be less relevant, but that in itself is good to explain too. A year ago, this would have taken me twice as long to do, and a year from now, It'll probably take half my current time and effort. Practicing really helps with this sort of thing.
In the final, she'll be clothed, just in case anyone was wondering. As part of my process, I find it incredibly handy to draw the body in all of its naked, derpy glory before putting clothes on. This tends to help give it a much more realistic feel because it helps line up where clothing folds and such will go.
So yeah... something something Medusa tootsies.