I've been struggling for a long time to get good at animation. I'm a storyteller at heart, so I have been trying to write books for a long time. It's just that I'm a visual person and while I am getting into books, it's not something that I value above the other ways I can tell a story. Animation is something I know really well, since I grew up with cartoons, anime, and video games.
When it comes to digital art I always have trouble getting used to the interface and making good art on it. This involves any program really. I have been reading The Animators Survival Kit, but so far it hasn't helped me much. No matter what tutorial I watch, read, or listen to it doesn't really help. I don't know if it has to do with my mentality or procrastination or anxiety or whatever. I'm just a beginner artist, I haven't developed my style.
I seek to revolutionize animation. Since (in my opinion anyway) we're kind of limiting it with American animation almost always being comedic, web animation always being parody and usually not original, I'd talk about it more but I'd be here all day and it's not what I'm focusing on.
I only got into digital art and animation recently (2016 I think, it was when I was turning into an adult.)