So, I've seen some people whining when it's sugested that they draw realistically to learn. They say realism is not a style they enjoy doing.
Well, NEWS FLASH, realism is not a style. Saying it is is like saying atheism is a religion. So-called realism is the abscence of style. You're trying to represent reality exactly as it is. I agree that it's really not that fun or interesting, especially now that cameras exist, but it has its uses. By that, I mean learning, which brings me to the definition of style.
Style, when applied to visual arts, is the collection of all the ways in which an artist intentionally deviates from reality in order to