You seem like a person who has this drawing thing figured out. So tell me, oh wise one: how to do the clothing wrinkles? Where do the lines go? Why? (Also if you have some tips on how to do the skeletons they'd be appreciated.)
Ha. Ha ha. Hahahahahah! Friend, I am no where near having this drawing thing figured out! But thank you for thinking I do! XD
I’m still learning, like any other artist, but I’ll give you some tips that have helped me so far. First thing I suggest is draw from real life. With wrinkles, pay attention to how clothing looks on other people. Where the fabric folds. With shirts, there are wrinkles around the elbow where your arm bends, and at the arm pit. There are also wrinkles usually around the hips/waist. For pants, there are wrinkles around the crotch where the legs move, the knees, and around the ankles. Just pay attention to how fabric moves and falls on the body and in various situations.
For skeletons, I suggest looking up pictures of real skeletons. When I first started drawing Undertale fanart, I looked up “human skeletons” on Google, and then drew using references. It helped me figure out how to draw each of the bones and how they connect, and even though I simplify the bones and make them a little more cartoony, it has helped. Drawing skeletons has also helped me draw humans, since drawing the bones help me figure out how to draw normal human anatomy. It’s just like drawing a skeleton, but with flesh.
I hope this all makes sense and helps you! I’m no where near being a pro at drawing or anything, but it’s incredibly flattering that you think I’m good! ^v^