Not everything you make is going to be perfect on the first try…nor will the second, third, or 97th try for that matter.
If you’re a creator (I use this word lightly these days) of any kind, you learn very early on to love and respect "THE PROCESS"
This magical/mythical process being everything and anything that occurs or is produced up until the final product is complete and the job is done, damnit. The time and effort leading up till that final moment where the job is completed is filled with lots of failures, disappointments, doubts, bad ideas, missed marks, more bad ideas, and usually unimpressed or yet to be satisfied clients, etc.
It is, however, important to realize that in this process is where your few moments of brilliant clarity and spot-on work actually derive their origins. From every failure and bad idea, something has been gained/learned (albeit that your ideas sucked, BUT STILL) and you are able to move on to the next attempt with a better understanding and sharper vision of what you want/need to create.
Everyone’s process is different and specific to the tasks at hand. Some folks take 10 tries and others take a 100 tries. Some people use only technology while others always start with the tactile and tangible (a.k.a. what everyone had to do before 1998). Some folks first tries look like other people’s finished products and that’s just fine.
All that to say this, make your process your own. Develop, experiment, fail, distort, disrupt, learn, challenge, critique, process, share, soak it all up into the very fibers of your self and your creative endeavors. Own it.