It’s cool, and you obviously have a lot of talent, but you probably should get some armature practice done too. Generally speaking, you want to work on a piece that’s anchored to a base, and not have to handle it like this, it’s unprofessional for very good reasons. Also, you want to work in stages, get your bone structure right in the armature, as well as your general pose. Build up muscle groups and develop the anatomy evenly, including hands and feet. When you’ve got a figure, clothe it and then add your accessories.
When you’re disciplined and have completed several finished pieces this way, you can start to understand why it’s standard practice, and start modifying it as you see fit. It’s important to understand an art form or trade’s roots, often you’ll discover that working traditionally increases the quality of your work significantly.