I heard a good way to get into drawing humans, is to start off by studying human anatomy.I'm no artist tho, that fact is not tested&verified by me.
I'm going for anime though.
The most helpful hint I feel like sharing with you, is to break down your working schedule.What I personally do, is draw the very rough sketch. Then I close it, don`t touch it nor check it for a few hours, and go do something completely different. Then I take it back, and see all what feels wrong with it: uneven eyes, ugly hair, wrong hands position, wrong proportions, etc.I fix what I see as wrong, then close it and take another few hours break. You need to go do something completely different because your brain needs to forget about what you`ve done until now.Then I take it back - if I feel it`s ok, then I outline it and start coloring. Otherwise I fix it one last time, and then go on with the outlining and coloring.The fact is that, when you work on something for a long time, you lose the objectivity - because of all the effort you put into it. Once you let it rest and take it back, you feel less sorry about having to modify all the work you`ve been doing until now.This is the reason why sometimes, you feel you did a good job - then you check it again the following day and you feel like a dishonor to your ancestors.Checking tutorials is good, but I feel like it`s counterproductive if you are at the beginning. They are often misleading and might end up discouraging you.I think at the beginning you should produce what you CAN, and have fun with it. Once you trained a little and tried out enough things to begin to understand what you like drawing and the style you prefer - you can slowly start following tutorials.
Oh my god this is brilliant....And it makes sense when I think about it logically. I loooove you!
Yes what Angie pointed out is best I do the same. Also when creating line art you need some settings for brushes idk if you know these. Such as stabilizer, etc. my offer is still open so let me know