Yeah, take responsibility for your own education. Art skill is one of those things that NOBODY can do for you, you can't buy it no matter what you pay. One way or another, it's going to be a brutal multi-year slog. With a couple years of serious practice you can easily be a very adequate guitarist, you can be conversational in a language. In 4 years you can probably be employable at some level as a computer programmer or at least be employable at some trade. It's going to take longer than that to be employable as an artist (if you care about that) but how much longer is up to you. Be honest with yourself, if you don't have the capacity to learn it yourself at home, you fucking NEED to have a mentor, and that person needs to be really good (there are a lot of average ass art teachers out there so be careful). If you're not improving, if you can't figure out why, if you don't feel like drawing today, that's all on you to sort out. You'll have to find the materials you need to progress on your own because chances are nobody will be able to find them for you. It's incredibly rewarding and I wouldn't take back the time I've put into it, but it's fucking super hard and the distance between real milestones is incredibly far.