The idea of making 3D animations to tell stories has always been attractive to me. Yesterday, I decided to stop hesitating and began learning to use Blender. I am using the YouTube channel tutor4u's tutorials on how to make an alarm clock and how to animate it. I hope to achieve a basic idea of modeling, so then I can make models to animate, which I also hope to learn. I also plan to learn shading and coloring to make it look nice. So far, it is going smoothly, but I feel like as soon as I finish the tutorials, I'll be stuck, and anything I want to make will still be too complex. Simply put: I feel like I'm going to run into a wall trying to learn Blender. Am I worrying too much? Am I learning Blender right? Where do I go after a few tutorials?
Side Note: I'm not asking specifically for tutorials. I'm asking for the most efficient way to learn Blender. I think adding the name of the tutorial I am using would be relevant.