I would work on the way you arrange your characters' faces though; on some of your pieces the characters' eyes and mouths are too large or positioned strangely. On others they are fine though, so also work on your consistency.
But I especially like the way you do hair. It's something I always have trouble with. lol
Oh, apparently you just described anime 555kkww
Infact there is mangaka that draw the same.
A new artist draws Animedysmorphia, many see it as undeveloped art.
When a Professional and renown artist draws Animedysmorphia,
they are redeemed by the compliments as geniuses and original style.
Welcome to the art world~
these are one of the cases, where I cannot really suggest they need to work or practice,
because looks like genuine Mangaka work to me. If the style was not a dysmorphic art style such as anime,
maybe the case be more apparent towards advice. Here though I see very rich work, the lines breath with
great spirit and heart...
form is not of importance, over the capture of the spirit of the given subject.
Your style is similar to some of Shojo Beats manga artists.
Your drawings are great, don't feel down! :-)