Everyone has probably experienced something similar to this: you consider yourself being fairly good at drawing this specific thing and you enjoy it too. But you want to get good at drawing something new, and hope that you can start this subject off with equal ease and experienced intuition. However, upon tackling this new thing, you suddenly are met with feeling like a beginner all over again and quickly lose your enthusiasm. After all, it's not enjoyable to be bad at something while knowing what your best can look like.
I'd say this is the common artist's dilemma of the "comfort zone", and broadening it is a struggle most artists go through at some point in their journey.
What does this have to do with anthros?
Well, first of all, I consider the term "anthro" being a similarly broad term as "humanoid" - thus when I talk about anthros I describe creatures that simply have both human and animal characteristics.
So, I've noticed some common occurrences here