This is a nice, if fairly simple figure study. The decision to make it two-tone is an interesting one, and it adds depth and a good amount of value, especially on the parts where the body rests on the ground (like his backside and his right foot). I'm not sure if it's what you were going for, but there are a few pretty hard outlines in some places, which makes it look a little more illustrative, but that can be a good look. The contours of the shading help it to stand out pretty well and have some depth, but there's something funny about how his torso connects to his hips, though it could just be the angle. I really like his arm, how the elbow connects the top to the forearm, and there's some nice foreshortening there, and his right leg is pretty good (the foot and toes could use some work, I guess). And I know that the point is the figure itself, but it might have been nice to see just a little more detail on the head and face, just to tie it in a little more with the look at the feel of the rest of the figure. Nice work!