Listen here you little skill-less runt. You want to learn how to draw? You want to understand how people make seemingly magical images appear on paper or screen in under 8 hours?
Well tell you what, dried paint bucket. You ain't got a style yet, ya hear me? In fact, you are so far from having a style, you're going to WEEP before you can finally look at your worthless drawings and at last start to MAYBE exercise the notion that possibly what you manage to scribble onto a piece of paper is not worth less than the lead it took to actually put it there.
You will get a style two years after you forget why you even started drawing in the first place.
You will get a style when you've seen more different artwork than your brain can literally process.
You will get a style after and ONLY after you've all but given up on your sorry excuse of an artist.
And decide that no matter how much work you put in, ultimately all of this drawing is completely meaningless and you've just wasted a large chunk of your life learning a skill you're not even remarkably good at yet.
And guess what you little ink stain. You're going to like it
You're going to love it so much you won't know what to do with yourself.
It will become so engraved in your brain you'll forget there even IS such a thing as "free time".
So until you can look at something you've managed to scrawl onto whatever it is you're drawing on and still want to keep going, you don't have a style.
Now go out there and start learning some shit!Seriously though, just study different styles, find what you like and try to do the same. The more styles you learn from, the better.