Nice progress over the years. Seriously. Watched your early drawings and I must say they are inspirational, as I abandoned drawing years ago and just recently picked it up. I was struggling to pick one topic to study drawing fundamentals from the get-go. Turns out I was lazy. *sigh* Anyway, I'm grateful that you've got a gallery with your full progress. Something to look forward to.
>I abandoned drawing years ago and just recently picked it up
To be honest, it's a thing I'm most afraid of. For me, drawing is just a habit, not a passion or something like this, and I'm more than sure, if I will not draw just for a few days, I will not draw ever again, the habit will go away. That's why I draw everyday. December 21st will be 2 years of everyday drawing with not a single day skipped, lol. I hope this habit will remain for 3rd year as well. ^_^
Good luck and keep up drawing! (I guess, it's the most common suggestion artists give to each other, lol, at least I've received it dozens of times, "keep up, don't stop, draw everyday, you can do it, draw-draw-draw").
What frightens me are the fundamentals. Mostly theory behind it. There are many things I should know, err, at least basic comprehension of.(e.g. perspective) There's a slight problem with it I'm unsure if my approach to learning is good enough. And I have no set goal of what I want to draw, which in my opinion makes it a little bit harder. Some days I can't seem to fight my laziness and pick up a pencil, but it's fairly easy to get back to it as I've became keen of drawing in early childhood.
Anyway, it's really impressive that you have been dedicating a time to draw every day for almost two years. Amazing. I congratulate you, and looking forward to the updates of your progress. Ciao.