Disclaimer: This it not a tutorial, nor the only right way to improve. This is simply how I learn best and how I developed the style I have today.
Also, if you see any grammar mistakes, don't be afraid to point them out, english is not my first language
I can't even keep track on how many people who have asked this, and I've usually replied with "practice" "trying" and "failing". That is only the short version, a golden rule maybe, but not very detailed.
Let's say you've always been interested in art, or just recently started drawing. The first thing that many artists start worrying about is their style. I didn't have anything I could call my own "style" before 3-4 years back.
Don't get stuck on the whole "create your own style" thing though, it's not necessary, if you're an artist of many unique ways of drawing without any specific signature style, that's just as great!
But for those of you who really do want to draw in a way that makes peo