My style comes from my years of animation, so all I could say is if you wanted to ape my style,
spend thirty years or so animating. But basically a style comes from all the influences of your particular life,
all your enthusiasms, your inspirations. So that should make everyone’s style unique.
And it’s very important to develop your own style.
In my own case, I try to keep in mind the simple directive: Draw better!
I’m not at all sure that comes close to answering the question, but there it is.
For a pure literary quote, though, since it’s a hard time out there these days, this one comes to mind,
and maybe it’s apt: “We are all of us in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” – Oscar Wilde
Program - Maya 2010
Rig - Soldier
Character Animation Crash Course
Animator's Survival Kit
Illusion of Life
12 Principles of Animation
Drawn to Life