I really don't have a defined sketch process and because of that, my style varies drastically. How do I manage this? ||| would you mind drawing up Burr watering his computer so it will grow healthy and strong?
Sketches are rough versions of final lines. The sketch ar an interpatation of what will come. Your interpatation will change as you are drawing. Basically, if you sketch your mind will try to put together the image you want, but it’s still a concept! And it will sitll be when you start lining! That’s good, because you are the one who’s drawing. Your style might look like it’s changning a lot, but basically your defining it, trying to feel it.
Once you figure out that a certain way of putting lines on paper (or canvas) feel familiar, you’ve mastered the way you sketch that thing!
How do you do that? KEEP SKETCHING.
Will it look drastically different? Yes (probably)! But that’s totally fine! You’re always learning after all. No need to feel bad for learning something you like to do.
You are an artist. And artists learn every time they make something. Don’t worry about the process. In the end, you made something unique after all.