It's always important to keep improving no matter what, even if you think what your doing looks like complete shit, just keep going cause with time comes progress.
I'm relearning the piano and from day 1, I had trouble, you know, my hands were cramping, i couldn't sound off the beats, and when I tried to read sheet music I would get frustrated because the melody would sound broken and I would cry from frustration. I was in middle school during this time, but the moral is, is that if you keep pushing forward even though it feels like your failing, you'll succeed in the end.
If you've never failed, then you've learned nothing.
That's why I want to go on this journey towards success and post it on here and other sites regularly because people never usually get to see the failures that go into the final act.
Like I'm playing in a recital this month and the piece I'm playing, I practiced it for the past two to three months, non-stop, like the melody is so annoying because I've played it so much, but that's what you do, you have to do the same thing over and over. Practice and Practice. :bademoticon:
There is never an end to improvement or going beyond what even you think your capable of.
Shit, I'm surprised sometimes when I hear myself play on the piano.
So I'm going to start a weekly 'project' on here, known as "Digital Friday's" where I upload a digital drawing in SAI on every Friday. I've never used digital media and I honestly don't understand it, but that is why you have to start somewhere.
And then, I'm going to be uploading a series of gameplays, probably not daily, cause I'm in college and students are poor, especially me.
The first gameplay is going to be RESIDENT EVIL.
But the main reason why I'm trying to improve is because I have a lot of future projects that I want to upload like a WebComic, but I'm not skilled enough to do it. I will though, definitely, and also a couple of 2D and 3D games, maybe, but I still have a lot of studying and practice to go through when it comes to Computer Programming. I'm a huge geek.
Once I get the hang of all of these crafts, I will then begin a series of tutorials and maybe even publish a book on Amazon of the complete guide to certain things anyone suggests.
I'll write it out in an infographic type of way, alot of people tend to understand with that.
These are future projects, once I am skilled enough will begin.
Who knows, if I'm keeping a straight path down the road to success, I might just be able to do all of this by the end of the year.
Wish me luck in this adventure to failure...