idk what kind of drawing youre into haha
i guess... avoid harsh outlines and draw the shadows to identify the shapes as opposed to an outline. in makes it look more natural. unless you draw manga, then outlines are your friend.
if youre into color drawing cartoon stuff outline each part with a slightly darker shade of the color you will be using inside the lines.
if youre into drawing portraits dont draw anything you dont see in the image already. if you dont see dimples or frekles or a little spec in the eye, dont draw it. also, dont draw one thing, shade it, and then move onto the next. start with a light outline of everything untill the face looks how you want it and then go in and shade everything properly
if you like drawing "bobble head" style portraits or other portraits that are obviously not supposed to be photorealistic, make the details purposefully grandiose
if you like drawing dark evil stuff, use a lot of shading, black and grey is your friend
if you like drawing happy go lucky style stuff, avoid a dark background and still, use shading but not too much shading
if you like still life drawings, dont use harsh outlines unless that is the style you want to see. its probably better to do those in color, but if you arent good with coloring things to look like what you see in front of you, its always easier to use different shades of grey in order to get the shapes and dimension down
best advice i can give you is, dont try to be another artist. be your own artist. the world doesnt need the next anybody. it needs the first you. combine other styles to make your own and see what works for you. you got this :)