I've got two problems.
The first and main problem is drawing from imagination. It's like i can't do it. I start and everything starts to go wrong, so i keep trying to work through it but it either completely fails, or i end up with something terrible.
I know in time i should improve, but if i can't draw anything new cause i can't draw from imagination then i'm screwed.
Is it something to do with planning, or things to think about when doing it. I never get the urge to adorn my characters with guns and skulls or anything but swords and light amour, and i've never gotten that far.
I figured doing constant studies till i'm better would be good, but now i think i just shot myself in the foot.
The second is style. I figured that after a while when i'm better i'd see my style, but i think i'm starting to see it, and i don't like it. If it is my style it looks stupid.
Can i change it with time or is it a thing where my skills are low so my style looks like trash? Or can i just move towards a style now and make that my main and then branch off when i'm comfy in it?
And how would i know if i even have a style?
Edit: Another thing, how long is good to spend on a single study. I think i spend too little time on anything. I breeze through most things and i don't know if its bad to do so all the time.
And i tend to add tone really quickly, although it might sound like a dumb question, but is it best to try and render slowly?
Sorry about all the Q's, i'd just prefer to have it in one thread than making about 4 or hijacking someone else's.