Hi I found your drawing and thought it fit perfectly with this pointless little meme thing i wanted to do for laughs. [link] I have the utmost respect for your drawing and skill, and have given you credit.
I would say that it would be best for you to read. BUT only read stuff you love to read, it will improve your grammer, expose you to new skills and completely help you understand the language. Another very important thing is to practice! Start a novel and you will soon see what you don't understand and what you aren't using right. Or you can just write whatever. But always be very critical of yourself. Its important to always improve and grow. But don't be too harsh either. Too much negativity will just drag ya' down. Always research writing techniques you don't' know how to use but want to use. DONT FORGET TO PRACTICE!! The best I can say is that writing is a skill that takes true effort, and true determination. You won't be fantastic overnight, but can still write something fantastic overnight. Each writer is different, and each style is unique. By being passionate and working on what you know should be improved for yourself you should be able to go as far as you are willing to run. In the end, just write. That's really the key. The road can be harsh and grueling, but they say following your ambitions, interests, and/or dreams is worth it.
This might sound very weird, considering the fact I have seen this painting more than once, but I am in love with this illustration of yours. I'm a writer that loves to scribble words of fantasy as a hobby. In a way, I feel just like that man standing in the center of the illustration, giving life into a imagination thought, feeding it and strengthening it with nothing more than words.
I'm going to favorite it, because this represents what all writers do with their works - convert inspiring ideas into living creatures.
At first glance I saw a beautiful dragon being formed by hundreds of pages of writing, forming its every detail both physically and (I can only assume) in the whiting itself. A seccond look showed hidden images of a cat and a town in the backdrop. Truly beautiful in both form and subtlety