These past couple of days I've been searching on the web for inspiration because noticed that 90% of the art that I do is based on just my college's requirements. In other words I haven't been doing a lot of what I personally want to do. I came across a youtuber called animated decisions and her sketchbook for calarts really helped me approach art from another perspective. From that point on I looked up matisse's art and was totally awed by his use of lines and contour. I recently also got involved with marker drawing and currently playing around with it.
When doing art, you'd always want to explore your limits through different use of mediums as well. It might be intimidating at first but if you spend time on it, you'll probably learn the basic concepts of it within a week.
Have fun exploring! :)