It’s good that you have the tenacity to see a project through to the end, I start way too many that I never finish. You’ll need that attitude for modelling. As for your model itself, it is ok for a start. Looks to me like you have taken the primitive shapes and modified them just a little. The textures also look to me like you have just applied them and stuck to that. If you really want to keep improving on this, I would suggest making it look more like an elephant, and a toy. As it is, all I can see is a bunch of shapes. I don’t know if you have a toy that looks like that, but it really looks like something that I, for one, can’t relate anything to. I kind of assumed that it was some kind of wierd-ass cookie jar. I wouldn’t suggest working too much on this, this can be your intro model. It shows that you know how to manipulate the geometry and apply textures, which is really all you need to know for now. Start a new project and keep challenging yourself. It’s the only way you learn. But I can see that you have the basics, just polish them for a while and then step up to some more challenging endeavours and keep blending!