ah god that same thing is happening to me all over again, i've been watching FZDSchool videos
on youtube and it completely blew my mind and also blew away my confidence, now I feel like for a bunch of reasons my stuff is back to amateurish-lack of technical skills- art even if i've been doing this for years and years now..
I suddenly realize I lack sence of perspective, I never actually paid atention to the focus or where the camera is and the importance of stating all that on the early stages of the drawing, the angles, the reverse-engineering of a scenario, the values, the correct human proportions in correlation with the subject and background, the core fundamentals, etc, and just how overall wrong it apparently is to showcase old weak pieces along with your new better ones, since clients will always just judge you for that ONE weak spot you are showing through that faulty piece (curious, since I always considered nice to showcase your evolution through the years!)
basically it is so true how the more you know, the less you feel like you know
I've put over 90 pieces of my gallery in storage now
I definitely feel like starting over, analyzing everything, & practicing fundamentals again!
If you never heard of Feng Zhu I really recommend you watching his stuff, regardless of what kind of art (conceptual or not) are you into
He really is a master on the subject!