Finally we have our figures. You can obviously tell who's happier and who's sadder. Now, we all have those moments when we see our artwork and think 'i could be so much better...', i have those moments a lot. We see amazing pieces of artwork and wish we could draw like that. Don't wish it, tell yourself 'i WILL draw like that someday.' You don't become an expert at art overnight. Art is like playing an instrument-you have to practice and practice and practice, then practice some more while you're at it. Art is a skill that you need to construct, it doesn't come easily. It's going to take much time, and much effort. You should always be open to constructive criticism, it'll help you out a lot. I've been on some art sites that help you improve with your art, they help to an extent. From most sources i've seen, it's suggested you fill a sketchbook-to-two sketchbooks every month at the bare MINIMUM, and that you practice constantly. Another said it takes approximately 100 drawings to learn how to draw something. Another said it takes 100,000 hours of drawing and practice to become an expert. These are all off-handed assumptions from other sources, but, they stand true to the point of saying that art takes a LOT of practice. Just don't give up, and don't hate your art. It's beautiful because you put time and effort into it, and you persevered past your doubts and inhibitions in order to create something.