Welcome Jonathan! We have a great community here and are really glad you decided to join us! : )
I took a look at your website and you are in a great place to get a lot out of our school. You have a great drawing ability and now we need to foster it and add the refinement to it that can give it a really "pro" look.
One thing that I would like to suggest right off the bat. Go to your website and delete ALL the blog posts. It's totally ok to have doubts about your self, your work, your life, but sharing that stuff on your professional website is a big no-no. Think of it like an advertising commercial, have you ever heard a company say "our products aren't that great, but maybe you might buy it - but only if you can't find something better". Of course not. Project confidence and share your work and process. Share what you love about it all (even if you have to convince yourself sometimes). Above all else, stay positive on your blog.
Now, that doesn't mean you can't share the real feelings of insecurity and doubt here. We all have those feelings and it's nice to see that others do too. So, take some time and look around here and find some videos that look good to you. Do the work we suggest in them and watch yourself get drastically better in a short amount of time. Good luck and stay strong! : )
Thanks for the warm welcome everyone!
I wanted to highlight this because I purchased and started viewing the "How To Make Money in Illustration" course and it has already opened my eyes to so much I didn't think about, such as how to project a client-based mindset as opposed to a self centered one (I changed the text on my site's About page just today for that reason). And the tip about getting rid of the blog posts...spot on. I have to stop broadcasting doubt--first day here and I already got one life-changing piece of advice...
I was going to buy a course here and there, but now I'm seriously considering a subscription. I'm going to participate a lot in this forum. Thanks again!