It's getting kind of late, so forgive me if I sound incoherent or something...! o_O
I did some redlines though, but I'm not very good with this sort of perspective, but uh... I TRIED.
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I attempted to make it look like that foot was only lightly touching the ground by making it appear a bit like you were viewing the foot from above, so I tried not to have much in the way of lines at the tops of the toes, but gave it some *slight* horizontal lines there (it's a bit messy there, but I hope you can see what I did well enough) to make it seem like there was a little bit of pressure on the toes...!
I deepened the chest there too, since it seemed a bit short to me, or like there wasn't enough chest below where the neck connected to the body...! Yes! Then I ended up noticing that it seemed like the creature was leaning a bit to the left, so I just grabbed the transform tool and rotated it to make that leg to our left look more vertical, like it was standing straight up. If I didn't have the transform tool, I'd probably have a lot of drawings that looked like they were leaning one way or the other! At least it's an easy fix. o_O
I did some slight facial adjustments since from this angle, you'd probably be able to see the creature's cheek bone on that side of the face that's furthest away from us, and I pushed the eye to our left closer to the middle of the face to make it look a bit more symmetrical...! And uh... uh... uh... uh...! There are some blue scribbly bones there that are barely visible which I used to try and help myself with the redlines and just uh... left there. I was trying to reference skeletal/muscle diagrams in a book about animal anatomy, but I'm probably tired and did so sloppily. Pfft!
Anyway, uh... I hope that helps! I like the long neck on this creature, by the way! And those little bells on its tail. I like bells like that! The feathers hanging from strings are a nice touch as well. It makes me think of Native American sorts of things!