Thank you man! It’s a style I’ve been working on for the last three years and it’s a been a bumpy ride!
Inspiration is the biggest tip I can give, look closely at others work that inspires you, how their lines are made, the way they connect and the variation in thickness.
These gods of linework have influenced me greatly in my time trying to develop this style to a point where I’m happy so have a gander at:
But as with all art, it’s all about practice, learn to use your arm more when drawing as it greatly helps with flow and nailing that smooth line in one go. As counter productive as it sounds, forcing yourself to draw, even when you really can’t be arsed, (something I’m really trying to work on at the moment) is definitely something to get into the habit of doing, this will keep your skills sharp and sometimes you can really surprise yourself with what you produce!
I find working big is a great help as well, I work on huge canvases in Photoshop, around 600dpi at A3, double the standard size for printing, the reason being is that when you’ve finished your line work and shrink the canvas down to 300dpi, the tiny mistakes or wobbly lines are smoothed out and it makes your linework that much cleaner!
I hope this helps a bit!