I am almost new to drawing. I hadn't attempted to draw anything for over 20 years, then stumbled on a copy of "Drawing from the Right Side of the Brain" and decided to try. I got better fairly quickly and after completing the book I tried to continue improving through YouTube lessons.
Now my struggle is that I didn't find any online resources, either free or paid, that offers a comprehensive long term learning curve. I find neat tricks and techniques here and there, but often either realize halfway through that the author of the tutorial assumed knowledge I don't have, or try to cover the very basic skills I already saw 10 times elsewhere.
I didn't find lot of options for in person art classes in my region either.
So my question is, what would be the seriously good options to learn drawing online on the long run? I don't feel like randomly picking the next skill I think I guess to work is leading me anywhere.
I work with mainly with charcoal, and also a bit with soft pastel, but I'm more interested in learning drawing in general than in learning a medium in particular.