You develop it as you learn. If you start using other artist's styles, soon after studying anatomy, you may realize that art style makes the arms too big and angular, and you change it. Then you may realize the shines in the eyes are too big, so you fix that. The more you draw, the more you learn, and the rest will simply follow suit.
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See what works for you. If you have a tendency to draw things a certain way, then that's your style. (I tend to draw in a cute, manga style. Even when my pictures are meant to be serious, they always end up looking cute instead..)
There is no exact way to making your own style of art. In fact, I don't think any one could really give this a straight answer. Create YOUR art the way you do, even if it is imitation. You develop your own 'style' in a noticeable way as you go. And your 'style' can be the media you use, how you use it, the principles and elements you incorporate, how you incorporate them. Really the meanings of this question are endless too.
I spent many years drawing what I would like to look at, like landscaping, horses, flying ducks and so. It didn't worked, nothing of value in my opinion. two weeks ago I started practically moving the pencil on the paper fast and without thinking, then I would look at it and started adding more lines giving it some kind of sense. So I already have like 20 abstract drawings multidimensional that might not have value, I don't know , but at least I really like them and I will keep doing it. I want to find a way next to do that in acrylics or any other medium and see what happens. I am enjoying the process very much I also would recommend you to read the book How to draw with the right side of your brain Good luck
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