You won't find your voice sniffing around in the grass. And you won't find it by asking others to find it for you. But you will start to get warmer when you slow down and look inward a bit more.
Creative people are inspired by the art of others. Each of us has our favorite painters, sculptors, musicians, writers, etc. Early on in our artistic journey we emulate our heroes and try to duplicate what we like about their work. And this is fine for awhile.
But over time, if we're honest with ourselves, we begin to search for more. We know that being a shadow or clone of another artist is unfulfilling. So we start experimenting. This can be a painful process. Sometimes we revert back to the familiar, but that's not growth.
I think it's good to study the work of others and glean the parts we like. But after a good deal study, emulation and practice, we must dig deeper into ourselves. At some point we need to turn off the browser, close the books and magazines. We need to take a deep breath, stop worrying about what everyone else thinks and let our instincts, skills and subconscious take over.
The world doesn't need more imitations, it needs your originality and individuality. Cartoonist Hugh MacLeod understood this and started doing original work (check out Gapingvoid.com.) Now he's very successful and inspiring other artists.
So, when you're ready, let go of everything and allow your true self expression to surface. The world is waiting.