For my experience report to deliver at the end of my post-degree class, I chose to learn the magical world of digital painting.
Using my newly-acquired graphic tablet, a Wacom Inutos Pro, I tried to draw on my computer at least once a week. Every thing was a pretext to work on it : Inktober, themed-talent art competition, the opening of an Instagram account,...
As I'm saying into my report, the key to success is definitely to work all the time. Practice again and again, and eventually you'll get better at it. My only concern was the fact that I was too poor and couldn't afford to buy an iPad, despite how badly I wanted to try Procreate.
On the same level, I've made some worthy discoveries on social medias and found a lot of talented people doing amazing digital art. Some of them would even talk with me, providing some advices. For exemple, i found out that Boulet was sometimes streaming and was always up to help people.