I felt like this ever since I started doing creative work. It’s as if there’s a disconnect between what you envision in your mind, and what is being created in front of you. And it’s incredibly frustrating. I wish I could say that I see the progress. That I see it getting better every day, but I don’t. All in all no one has ever achieved anything without lots of practice. So I guess Ira’s right and all you have to do is do lots of work.
But in society these days it’s not so easy to just do the work. There’s allot of pressure on people to do great work from the start. Which leaves no space for trial and error, mistakes and learning. We’ve heard dozens of times that failure is a good thing, but we still live in a society with no tolerance for it.
For everyone out there starting at their area, whether it’s creative or not, I wish you the best of luck and allot of patience. There’s no such thing as talent just hard work!