Starts by looking designs with a pose that interests you. Once this is done, print them or use them on photoshop to redraw the poses transparancy. Once you think têtre exercised enough trying to draw a laying of hands.
That alone should help you progress.
After you have basic rules to keep in mind: the arm, hand ranges, never going beyond the middle of the thigh, if you tilt your pelvis on one side, the shoulders bow always on the opposite side to keep the éqilibre ... You can allow you to make the legs a bit longer for women. A man must have his shoulders the same size or larger than the basin, which is the opposite for women.
These are a few tips that I can trust you and come to my mind right now. Do not forget to look for the tutorials, even on DA, here too you a good advice.
Hmmm I don't know I'm still partial to your old style myself but draw how you like still looks good. As for the content matter, MLP is a sticky wicket for me as I like the show and characters and kind of hold them up on a pedestal away from my own base desires. One of my base desires is women with huge knockers, and that Twi up there qualifies. However, humanized I have no issue with.
Looking forward to a new year of art from ya Marrazan.
This stye is better for me, because I can make more things fastly and in colors. For example, Twilight too me 15 to 30 mins. I really like this style a bit rough and a bit of imperfection, it looks far by saying that it is detailed but do not zoom in on too.