Not bad, if you want to work on you drawing skills you should start by drawing from a photo. Looks like you are going for a cartoon look? Use a B&W photo too. If you only have color then photo copy it to make it B&W. Learn to draw what is there. Do not ouline. Draw and sketch the shading. Work the areas slowly. Do a rough outer shape first then work in the detail so the perportions are not of. An "Anatomy for the artists" book would be a good investment. Use a smudge stick until you get better line control. This is just my two sense.
I also can't draw very well, but a few months ago I could hardly draw at all. My point is even though it seems like your drawings are crap or you're not getting any better, if you stick at it and draw every day in a month or two you'll look back on this image and think it was done by someone else.
btw, what do you think of these and how could i improve on them:
To color vagita i used an old method, but to color my other drawings (see links above) i opened it in photoshop, duplicated the background layer, make the new layer a multiply layer then draw the colors on layers under that one using the Polygon Lasso tool and a fill bucket, that way you keep the lines. Also i inked it before scanning it.
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