Hey sorry to bother anyone and take their time reading this, I'm a lonely person so I always tend to go to the internet for answers and help. Also I had to severely shorten things to be readable.
"Seeing 'correctly,'' as in realistically, makes the journey to attain this skill exponentially easier. I'm a professional / academically trained artist and still struggle with realism after years and years of work because my mind is just not wired that way, making the process require a lot more technique to replace the lack of natural sight." - someone in a comment section.
Am I seeing things the wrong way? Am I at a disadvantage because I'm not seeing things the right way? I don't even know what I'm talking about.
Got a lot of problems, lonely, depressed, PTSD, paranoia. I want to be a famous artist someday. Will follow my dream. Going to army for 4 years, then plan to go to a university for art, where should i go afterwards as I have no family support?
Also, sorry for the embarrassingly dumb questions I've brought up, I'll be changing accounts so no one remembers this. Sorry to have bothered anyone if they read all this.