The great part about having a website is the ease at which I can, even if in the slightest possibility, reach out to like minded people.
That being said, I find myself battling with confidence more often than I would have believed when I started pursuing my dream of building for games.
Lack of confidence is just the by-product of inexperience when throwing yourself into something completely foreign. I waited a long time to attend college, and coming into the final year has got me extremely nervous in what lies ahead. It's daunting, it's worrying, but it's new and it's refreshing to be able to say I did not take the easiest route. I can build furniture, I can build a house even, but I want to build creepy chainsaw wielding dwarf princesses on the computer and sometimes it's the hardest thing I've ever tried. We are summoning talent at will, and it's hard for us being so close to our artwork to step back and see it completely objectively for its strength and flaws.
Confidence is experience, and experience takes work and time. There's no way around it, so embrace it and stay humble.