Honeybunch... when people have tried to give you advice in the past, you brush it off like water off a duck's back. I've seen you ignore totally spot-on and accurate advice. Are you going to change this?
You could do what I do and draw actual women. (For me it's slightly different, obviously, I have a convenient reference.) Analyze photographs or ask the girls/women you know in real life if they're willing to pose and model for you. (I do that for guys.) One you understand their basic figure then you can experiment from there and stylize however you want.
It depends on how much you learn, your willingness to improve and how much you push yourself. Some people improve greatly over a few months while others do so very little. They still improve nonetheless.
But I don't want slow improvement, I want to see myself get better in at least a month, and I expect a 100% boost. If that means I have to draw a real pose a day and then stylize it, I will.
I thought it over last night, and I figured the best way for someone who wants to stylize things to learn best is to draw a real life pose with correct anatomy, and the re-draw it their way, while still following the general rules established by the pose, along with correct perspective and so on. I will start doing these drills as soon as I am done with my painting.
We all want that in everything we do. However, human beings tend not to learn things in the time we would have ourselves learn them. We don't seem to be built for such pre-programmed successes. Would that it were so.