My style has DEFINITELY changed from when I was younger. I'm not really sure what my style is, but I do know that is heavily influenced by Huke. I do try give my work a "crisp" and "clean" feeling, though.
I like working with color and light, it shows in my stuff. Everybody has something that fascinates them. I just see too many people have a hang up on style, style is something that happens over time. It's the visible result of an artist's development.
Just draw! Style comes naturally, if you try to force it, you'll end up with a forced-looking style. Don't worry about developing one, just work on the basics, keeping getting inspired by others, and soon you'll notice patterns about your work.
One thing to try is to pick a character you're good at drawing, either your own OC or a fandom, and go around drawing them in different forms. It's actually fun cause you'll see which ones you struggle with and which come to you rather naturally.
If the one you struggle with is the one you really like the look of, then either train your hand or find a middle ground between what you can do and what you like.
Honestly, eventually it will just come to you. I'm not quite there yet, though apparently people can identify if I draw a person cause of the eyes.
I have lots of different styles, depending what type of art I'm doing. I found them by drawing and painting, just experimenting. My styles change constantly.
I don't think I have one style that people will just see and go "Hey, that's Nyx's work." I'm not sure if it's a good or bad thing. In a way I like having lots of styles because I do lots of different stuff and I'm changing all the time. It means I'm not stuck and not a one-trick pony. But sometimes I do get a little jelly when I see artists with that "instant recognisable" style.
The people that know me well seem to pick up some kind of underlying style even when the artworks are completely different media so I guess I must have a few more themes going on than I think. I've never actually asked strangers if they can place my different artworks though,I just kind of assume they can't because of the differences.
What comes out when you're doing a multi-layer stencil with aerosol paint doesn't look much like a dip pen and ink drawing with watercolour...
At this point I don't have a set consistent drawing style. People seem to recognise my coloring at times... >_> I've had it happen when I was using a different username to try to practice drawing differently. It was slightly embarrassing. LMAO
ive got a few different styles that i use depending on the medium and what mood im in. its just something ive developed over time by lots od studying to see what works and looks good and years of reading comic books and watching cartoons.
A style is not something you find early on. It's something that is in constant development your whole life. It is a collection of your inspirations that show in or influence your work (sometimes, sometimes not).
The problem with "style" is that people spend too much time worrying about it. It gets in the way of learning well structured characters and stunts your own development. A great teacher of mine said "Why draw like one of the masters when you can draw like yourself and become one". Many people want to draw like Chuck Jones, but he's unique to himself. No one can ever be quite like Chuck Jones, so why focus so much time trying to draw like him. Instead take things that you like and use it to make your own work better. That would be, I guess, how people would/should arrive at their own "style", but it really is hard to define what a style is since it can be the way someone draws a line to how something looks.