Currently I feel kind of overwhelmed right now. With the sheer quantity of things that you can render, I don't know how to prioritize things. I once read that artists should be ready to render anything, which kind of makes sense since your clients and employers can throw anything at you. But aren't you going to know what the job asks for and be able to tell if you're any good with that subject beforehand? I mean, there are things I want to specialize in, I love rendering Sci-Fi stuff, especially mechs, but there's also stuff I can't seem to render if my life depended on it, like anything that has alot of vegetation going on. Is something like that going to make or break my chances as an artist? I just want to know if going for a niche is a bad idea, because right now I just want to cut down the list of stuff I have to draw or paint.