You are early in your art journey, so I'm gonna give you some advice I wish I had gotten.
Don't be afraid of using reference.
Studies are valuable. No matter what you're drawing, it has properties that exist in the real world. I'm talking about reflectivity, if it's matte or glossy, what shapes it has. You take real life and bend it to your whim, but to do that, you have to understand real life, even if you're doing fantasy.
Practicing the WRONG way to draw something gives you bad habits, just as the right way gives you good habits. Habits are harder to break than a blank slate. (reference helps here)
80-90% of drawing happens in your head. Try to be specific in your forms and objects, and not generic. This just means, don't just draw "a face". Try to imagine or see in your own mind what kind of face you want to draw, or a word to describe the face you want, and draw that. This applies to most things.
Progress happens slowly over time. Sometimes you make jumps and leaps, but oftentimes it's gonna feel like you're not improving, because it happens so slowly and incrementally that you don't notice. Don't worry, you are improving.
These are what I can think of on the spot, and they don't necessarily all apply to you.
All advice is subjective, and no-one is 100% correct, but this is advice that I would have needed.
EDIT; fixed formating