As you can tell, I don't journal very often. I don't often feel I have all that much to share. But, every so often (I seem to be hooked on "often" this morning) I come across stuff to share.
When I started showing my art to comic pros, in the 80s, I was told over and over to find these books and study them. Never could track them down, and when I got online, I'd check various book sources, and eBay, to see if I could find them. And when I did, they were always way outside my price range. I'm talking about the art books of Andrew Loomis. Mostly produced back in the heyday of the working artist, they provide one of the greatest resources to artists and illustrators that I know of. Ended on a preposition, there, eat it, English teachers!
And in recent years, they've hit the public domain. So you can download them in PDF format and enjoy them, use them, learn from them.
Get back to your drawing boards! By which, I mean, have fun!