Looking through your gallery I see that you draw a lot of different characters. To me it looks like you’re influenced by both anime and western cartoons, and that you are trying out different ways to mash the two and create a style. I think that your cartoon style is visually appealing, and I don’t really think that you need to choose one to stick with - I think experimenting with different ways and trying out different things will eventually net you a style, as I think is the case with most artists.
Branching off of this to anatomy, I think another area that might be worth some time is to study from life. It seems as though you are trying for comic proportions without really understanding WHY they are squashed, stretched, or otherwise altered the way that they are. For example, it seems as though you use guidelines for a typical anime face in most of your drawings, but the eye furthest from us in the 3/4 views don’t match up with the face - they’re simply a little smaller than the eye closest to us. The arms and legs of your characters are often not the same width as each other, and have a fairly simplistic tube shape, which makes some of the bending look a little awkward. I think taking some time to draw from life once in a while, as well as using references for your comic pictures can help out a lot here. Some resources and tutorials that might help you out:
I would say the same thing in regards to wrinkles in clothing - drawing from life and studying why and how cloth folds will help out greatly. It seems to me like you’re putting in wrinkles where you think they should go - either because you’ve seen it in other drawings or because it seems like a good place to go. I think a lot of people fall prey to this, and that’s what causes them to look out of place. Clothing is influenced by the body underneath. There are going to be more wrinkles at the joints (shoulders, elbows, crotch, knees) because of the wider variety of movement and the bending of the body; it’s affected by gravity, it’s affected by what material it is made out of, it’s affected by a whole lot of things! Some more tutorials on cloth and folds:
I hope some of this has been of use; your gallery is full of lively characters, I like the bright colours and various scenes that you try out. Keep up the good work!
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