I love your art. I've always wanted to make stuff, but I have no idea how. Where did you learn?
First of all, thank you! I’m self taught. The only art classes I took were some in high school (I did poorly in them) and I took one life drawing class in college.
The only useful advice I can think of is practice practice practice. Doodle on everything you can - notebooks, class assignments, receipts, napkins, canvas, whatever you can get your hands on. Just keep drawing. Go with what works for you, try different materials, try drawing things in different sizes. I found my niche in tiny watercolors after a long time.
Here’s a set of doodles from 2+ years ago
and something from the roughly 2 years since then mark
I think there’s some changes, at least in proportions and detail.
Oh, and if you get a chance, check out National Portfolio Day. You don’t need to be an art major or enrolled in school to attend. I’ve gone two years running and I feel like I get so much out of it every time. The first year I went, I brought a binder full of pop culture drawings, and the representative from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago asked “Have you ever considered drawing comics?” It was the biggest game changer for me.