First of all, thank you for the kind words! I draw every day, if I can’t draw on my tablet I have a sketchbook to doodle in.
Advice I can give is to use references, especially on areas you are weaker in. Practice drawing things you struggle with; through observation and you’ll eventually improve. It may be boring drawing the same thing every day but trust me on this when I say you’ll see an improvement and be much more confident later on.
I use this site a lot for drawing from life and it’s an excellent resource for poses, hand and face references. Do some of their 30 second gesture challenges every day, It really helped me draw quicker!
Draw every day even if you are not happy with the result, it is never a waste of time: every mistake is one step closer to evolving as an artist. A mistake is only a mistake if you fail to learn anything from it.
Finally, never ever give up; drawing is a skill that can be learnt with enough time put in!
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