You can do this. If you are this passionate about fine art, always say to yourself that the apparently hardest crafts are there to be mastered. And mastered they can be. Many amateur artists and hobbyists may talk about how long it took for them to steady their brushes on the paper in preparation for the process of putting together a fine work of art. In this case, it was the sub-genre of watercolor paintings.
It did not matter whether you were observing a still life or landscape or patiently directing your model on how to sit for the portrait painting, it was always a long and hard exercise. After many attempts, finally it was possible. Finally, it was possible to produce a watercolor painting that was well and truly a work of art, something to behold, and something for others to admire. You do not mind saying so yourself.
It really does look that good. This is what seasoned artists will be telling you about their pride and joy. Keep pressing on, as they say. You have the patience and just remind yourself that it really does take hours of practice. What is also required are the right tools. The most important collection of tools in this painting exercise will be your watercolor brushes. And you may as well do it from the beginning.
Purchase the finest sable watercolor brushes you can lay your hands on. And if your local art shop strangely does not carry this brand, you can always order a set online. You also need to acquire reams of the correct paper. A special quality and texture is required to produce even and chiseled applications of the watercolor paint to paper. And that is another thing, purchase a watercolor palette of paints compatible to your brush.