Thanks, Omote! To address your thought:
My only minor issues with your sheets so far is the lack of space for equipment. personally, I tend to write a lot of my even minor equipment down and that takes up some room. I also put a lot of detail into the weapons my characters carry, and what my players need to know about their weapons.
I understand. One thing that bugs me about a lot of sheets is the columns of empty space for minutia. This is BASIC Fantasy, after all, and there's only so much room on a single page (my pathfinder character has a ridiculous binder with about 15 pages of detail and reference). The equipment section is designed to reflect the contents of a characters backpack (as illustrated). I figure that a backpack can only hold so much and that the limited space encourages a player to be conservative with their items and encumbrance (no 10 foot poles here).
I guess it comes down, ultimately, to a trade between aesthetics and written detail. Finding the balance is a continual struggle to which many a gaming artist has taken a stab. In this case, I could reduce the art and make more lines, or simple squeeze them together forcing the player to write smaller, but I'm a wounded Pathfinder refugee looking to return to my roots and Basic Fantasy is the medicine I need. The Basic-er, the better!
try to get more from the weapons section, though. Thanks again!