Style isn't a right. It's a privilage. There are plenty of artists, usually young and inexperienced, who think that drawing the way they 'like' to draw equates style. But, in fact, style develops from a core understanding of artistic principles and applications, choosing which to adopt, which to bend and which to ignore. It takes years of work and effort and soul searching for an artist to develop a legitimate style.
As for there being a right and a wrong way of drawing...of COURSE there are right and wrong ways of drawing, but the 'right' and 'wrong' are dependant on what the artist was trying to do in the first place. If someone is trying to draw a realistic eye and it is anatomically incorrect, then they have done it wrong, because they didn't achieve their goal.
I think style can only account for so much. If style was everything then anyone could pick up a brush or a pen draw something and label it as a masterpiece. I don't think that there's any thing wrong with that but without a technical base then me personally will just disregard style. Technique lends itself to creating style. So is there a right or wrong way to draw eyes? I think yes there is
yeah that happens man.. people think that since a certain style of eyes are popular.. they think that's the right way of drawing it.. but i do agree with you.. everyone has their own style... and everyone has different preferences and opinions about art... as an artist... one must keep an open mind ^ u ^... but man trust me.. you're art is pretty good in my opinion ;D
There's a difference between a style you develop over time and just drawing badly. Its sometimes easy to confuse the two, but closer examination usually reveals the better artist.
While there is no wrong style, there is sloppy technique and flat out bad art.
A good artist may have his or her own unique and strange style, but will understand what is behind art, and be able to draw in a more 'standard' style. Every good artist, for instance, should be able to render something simple from life. They should understand shadow, light, composition, color, etc.
Once you understand these things- either through experience or school- then you can manipulate them into your own unique style that, while being strange, will still be good art.
Style is often an excuse people use to justify their inability to draw something While there are some things that are part of a stylistic approach, if it stands out as wrong, it is likely because it is (regardless of style). I'm pretty sure the eye can read with something doesn't mesh in an art piece.
Yes, a lot of artwork on here would be classed as "wrong" if we assumed there was only one correct way to draw something. Of course, there isn't just one way to draw something (one "style" to draw in), but even when thinking in the style mindset, if someone drew an arm too short, or eyes too closely together, it would be fair enough to say that it weakens the image as a whole, making it look "wrong"