Add some color mate and it will be even better : )
You have potential. Art is not just about good anatomy. Hell, you could even have somewhat bad anatomy and make a piece look amazing! It's all about how you present your piece. The lines need to be cleaned up. There's little to no shading or contrast between dark and light. And add some color! Never be afraid of color and if you need help determining what colors go with what, look up basic color theory. Also, don't be afraid of adding more backgrounds to really set the mood you want the viewer to have when they see your art. Try practicing gesture drawings and perspective. Look up some youtube videos if you must. And try to make the faces and such more symmetrical. If you have to, flip over your paper and hold it up to a light source to see if it looks right. And if you can, I'd highly suggest investing into getting a drawing tablet. Even if you prefer traditional, drawing digitally really helps you get a feel for coloring, clean lines, shading, and layering. But keep drawing! I see that you draw a lot, which is very good because it helps you develop your skills much faster!
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