I wonder if it's okay to be a jack of all trades in art. I am an art student, and I don't really know what field I want to focus my art on. I've been training traditionally for figurative fine art now, but I also want to do concept art and illustration too. Lately, I've been kind of disappointed with figurative fine art now, because of the lack of storytelling and creativity in it. I am thinking about going to illustration and concept art because of there is more thought behind making a picture. There are more considerations for design, character, setting, mood, and intent for a picture, and you have the freedom to use your imagination. However I still want to do fine art and paint like the old masters with contemporary contexts and stories. Also fine art and illustration and concept art seem to have different aspects that make shifting your focus around a bit more confusing. Once you have to do a story for illustration your not doing your work from life anymore as you did in fine art. I was thinking about doing all of them, but then I feel that if I do all three of them without a main focus I will not be good at any of them, the jack of all trades, but the master of none. I know that there are a lot of artist here who work in diverse artistic fields, but at the same time they have some sort of focus, how do they balance it?