Artist style has been something I think about quite a bit, because I feel like while being a motivator, it can also be discouraging to artists who don't feel like they have their own unique accent, maybe making them feel like their art isn't any good. It took on the latter for me. I want to help out and reassure anyone who feels like that right now, if I can, in any way.
In the past, I've been asked about "how do you draw like that?!", and I've partaken in discussions about "how to find your own style." And it's something I want artists to know, to be reminded of, if it helps at all - that everyone has a style. Everyone.
You are your own unique person, with your own unique experiences and views of the world - if you are asked to draw a horse head, it's going to look different than everyone else's - it's going to have a bit of "you" in it. And that's how styles start. They evolve and they grow as you do.
My style now is a lot different than what it was before. The shapes I use and the l