Lets say Anon's A, B and C decide to start learning at the same time.
Anon A may have had previous experience with skills which can help them with art or the learning process. Maybe they worked a lot with their hands so they are dexterous or maybe they are a very visual thinker. They are quick to identify their faults and improve, they learn quickly so we may call them talented.
Anon B has had no experience with art related skills but they are determined and work hard. They struggle initially as they have not done something similar before but after awhile they start getting used to these new skills and eventually they get good. A random person looks at their art and says "wow you're so talented!".
Anon C doesn't think critically, they are lazy and get distracted easily. So when they look at tutorials, they don't take in all the information, they don't notice the faults in their own attempts and they make very little progress but they keep grinding for years because practice makes perfect right? except art requires thinking not just moving your hands around. We might call this person untalented.
But obviously there are many factors to this learning process and it is not as simple as these three examples. Anon A is the closest to what we consider talented but if they don't put in work, Anon B can surpass them in skill, it may just take more work. Anon C may get their shit together and begin improving, or maybe they've ruined their capacity to learn through years of bad habits, who knows, it's up to them.
Just be glad you aren't a C Anon or if you are, strive to become a B Anon.