Practice and practise:
Practice makes one perfect. This holds true everywhere. Having a solid foundation on the basics, fundamentals of composition, colour theory and line forms will help you do better. Practice all your learning for at least 30 mins a day. Keep a sketch pad or sketch book with you wherever you go, and if you find thetime, Practice.
Take others feedback:
it's every artist must do thetask. An artist always gets attached to the work, so much so that they cannever see any flaw. So taking the help andassistance of others in gauging your work, will open up new avenues for improving your work quality.
Don’t get low:
Everything and everyone won’t get the same type of response always. So never feel discouraged when your work doesn’t get the due recognition and you don’t get the name. In spite of hard work, if it happens, then you surely need to improve somewhere. Consider every experience as an opportunity to learn and consider every failure as your stepping stone.