An interesting question I have in my mind for a month or so, and even asked a couple of my favorite creators about it, is how efficient and realistic it is to work both on music and art skills, while eventually getting improvements in both fields (not necessarily top-tier level, but at least "that's pretty good" one). Ihave a somewhat unhealthy struggle between wanting to write/play music and also learn artwork. Thing is, I was always something of a polymath by nature, easily picking up new hobbies or skills - that's how I've learned English mostly by myself (not my native language, yeah), got some knowledge of programming cool stuff, making animations, playing guitar, and many other things, so it mostly helped my life to know a lot of stuff at a competent level, even without necessarily excelling at all of them. Artwork and music composing, however, are entirely different beasts - there are just so many fundamentals, styles and rules, that learning all of that is a serious long-time investment. So, in your opinion, is it possible to combine two together and achieve any meaningful results in a long term, or it'll lead to a progress slip, or worse, both crafts getting rusty and degraded over time?