You can check my forum join date. This is about a month after I first picked up Blender. Fortunately, I quickly realised that searching for good tutorials will massively increase your learning speed. No matter how simple a tutorial may seem, I’ve learned something from every one I’ve done.
I made a fairly decent achiviz garden a few months ago, but this is the only thing I’ve actually got round to ‘finishing’. I learned a lot about library linking in that project from how not to do it.
If you search the forums for “Plurdo”, you might find a little green man that I made fairly early on in my Blender usage. This kinda chronicles my organic modeling beginnings if you look at the post dates.
I’m just an amateur that messes about in my free time, and I’ve spent a while getting into the scripting side of things though, so my artistic progress has kinda slowed.
Blender is a big program. I don’t think any one person has fully mastered everything that you can do… Organic modeling, scenery modeling, texturing, animation, realistic rendering, game making, sequencing, compositing, physical simulations, scripting and everything else that I don’t have the time to list.
The important thing is to have fun and do those things that interest you. That way you stay interested and keep learning.