I have no art 'goals' :(
So, today is one of those days on the rollercoaster of artistic endeavour where I ponder the big questions... Where am I headed, what does it all mean, why am I at this point again? Here's the problem: I love drawing, I'm also starting to really enjoy digital drawing (no wasted paper, no paint fumes, no materials down the drain or in the bin). I understand the fundamentals and I'd say I'm between beginner and intermediate in 'skill.' But. I don't know where I want to end up and I struggle with thinking up 'bigger' ideas and goals. To make it worse I then see all the amazing ideas others create and get depressed. I love insects, creatures, comics, robots, sci-fi, fantasy, cyberpunk, birds, dinosaurs, anti-heroes, landscapes, nature, video game characters/worlds and more, but I have no idea which of those I want to dive fully into with my art, and because they cover such a diverse array of art discipline and style I have no idea where to focus other than wanting to be able to draw it all really well :/ I also don't 'compose' drawings because I'm always just drawing 'things' rather than ideas/concepts. Because of this, I sit here 'stuck,' not knowing what to learn next or how to structure my learning. I want to do projects (as Stan has mentioned a lot lately as an incredibly useful learning tool), but I don't know what of. I just sit there sketching insects and other things, but with nothing going over 30 minutes and rarely 'properly' finished. I thankfully just found Alex Huneycutt's (radiorunner on reddit) 'solo artist curriculum' mentioned in this thread (https://www.proko.com/community/topics/self-study-systems-for-art) which I think I will follow to continue to build skills and practice, but I don't know how i would tailor it as I don't have goals to tailor it towards. I would love some advice or shared experience with insights? Thanks!