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Almost a year since I started to "seriously" learn and practice. I'm beg+, 26 and every day my doubts on art and life are growing. To get a job I still need to get the mad skills. I don't exactly know how art jobs I could look forward to, and even if I can dedicate 1 more year for learning as an adult I'm not satisfied with random drawings, even if while drawing I'm enjoying art and the process. I also like IT stuff but I can't even dream to compete with people straight out of school who know mathematics and are stem oriented. I'm getting a 2 year associate in graphics and we learn 3D and webdev stuff too and even if I'm enjoying both I feel others are more competent.

Help, please, even if my post is just random ramblings. Amy advice on career path?



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