I have seen quite a lot of illustrations on Dribble which have thick strokes. For example this one.
I have a general idea, and can go about making some of my own designs like this.
But I don’t think that the way that I am approaching this design is correct. If someone could help me understand the proper technique to approach it would be very helpful. A tutorial or even speed art helps.
I call that style dribbble-esqqque. It has no particular name. Just happens to be a trendy style. Words you could use to describe it, though:
- fixed-width line art
- flat color
- flat shading
Your style is certainly a valid style, but the primary differences:
- you used multiple stroke widths (instead of one width)
- you use a lot more detail
- you aren’t using any shading for depth effect