First of all, forgive me if I have grammar mistakes or spelling, I'm not a native English speaker.
Secondly, this is going to be a short journal, and maybe a nonsensical one. I just need to let this out since I can't consult to anybody in real life because the people around me never get in touch with anything art-related.
I've been told that I have a bad sense of colors. More on matching the colors though.
I have learned colors from the basics before, but it still confuses me. Now I think I'm going to lose what I learned about colors because I work mainly black and white right now.
That took me back to kindergarten and elementary school era. I used to think coloring was fun and I never even think of 'matching colors', but my kindergarten/elementary drawings turned out to be pretty good, kid standard good, at least. Now because I've learned the basics, I always think about "Do these colors match? Will it look good if I pair this with this?"
I tried to change my perception into the kid version of me, but I don't know why, it turned out bad. And I mean it, bad. Now that got me wonder also, am I still over-thinking it? Should I go, "I'M GONNA USE THEEEESE COLORS BECAUSE YOLO, RIGHTTTTT!!!!???" and not thinking the consequences (a.k.a would it turn out bad)?
I think I need to re-visit the theories and learn from zero again...
I genuinely hope I can be good at colors quickly so I can make beautiful artworks like the people I watched. I want to be as good as them and finding my own style of art.