It doesn't matter to me because I favourited most of them anyway you're never gonna get rid of me hahahaha
Don't worry, I don't see much improvement with my drawings either. Only if I look at things that are over a year old then I go "eugh did I really suck that much?" so I guess it's something.Playing music can be a really fun hobby so I think you'll enjoy it it doesn't matter what you do. You can always play video game music and such for fun since most of it is written in the key of C (piano, violin, flute etc.) you'll find heaps of it online.Well, I don't like playing in front of an audience if I'm by myself. It's way scarier and I tend to avoid those kind of circumstances But being in a couple school bands means I perform a handful of times a year so I'm used to it by now. I don't get as nervous anymore, and only when I get to play a solo. But it's mostly excitement now But for the record I don't like doing anything else in front of people. I hate having to do aural assignments in English. Getting up in front of the class and rambling on about some book is SCARY!
Music wasn't really something that I had to "get used to" because once I started I just wanted to do it more and more. I guess you could say I've found my life's passion. It's been pretty gradual though. I was playing for almost 2 years before I joined the primary school band. Then I got to high school I started with Concert Band (cause you didn't have to audition) and after a year my music teacher told me to audition for jazz band, and I got in. Then 2 years later the music teachers decided to make a sax quartet and then I only recently got accepted into WAYJO (West Australian Youth Jazz Orchestra). In fact, we don't even start rehearsing till the end of February but I'm crazy excited because they're a professional band that does gigs all the time and does tours!So, I've never done this much of anything before, and I've been playing the saxophone for 6 years.