I usually comment on your art on skype and give you some sort of constructive feedback. I imagine there is plenty of silent appreciation going on here where people are taking time to look at your art but just aren't sure what to comment that isn't a generic "it looks really nice" comment, since there isn't a lot more that can be said about a style that is so often seen - there just isn't a lot that is unique about it regardless of your ability to use colour well. Another problem you have is re-using the same poses and viewpoints that you have already accustomed yourself to very well and never trying anything new because you fear it'll look weird; you just have to push yourself to be more creative in this respect though if you want to make your work different, I'm sure every artist has once or twice opted to hide a character's hands behind their back after a period of frustration, but eventually you will just have to learn how to do these things properly unless you want to rehash the same old boring poses again and again. As Cutey Honey 97 suggested, stepping out of your comfort zone might be beneficial in giving you a more broad artistic prespective rather than just simple anime girls. Perhaps if you want to receive a more significant response you could request constructive criticism along with your in order to help you improve further.
Also, I'm not sure what you mean about my thread being active, it hasn't been posted in in a while xD; even then people may have reacted more to it just because of the sillyness of some of my drawings, which invited a response, in opposition to simple portraiture.
Anyway, that's all I have to say for now. I can see a lot of potential in you, and I'm certain everyone else here can too; you just need to work out how to effectively channel your obvious talents into something constructive.
ty for support i really made u tired for making my improve
sigh last time drawing this
and i will go for more realistic bodies