I say if you feel attracted to a certain style, if it inspires you and you admire works of other artists in that style, you've gotta give it a try. However, don't expect your first attempts to be satisfying to you.
People around you will probably say they are great, but you, as an artist, will see all kinds of things that you don't like in your first attempts at any style. And that is great, it means that you have good taste, and the best thing you can do is to try again, and again, and again.
Put yourself on a schedule so that every day, or every week (whatever works for you) you finish a new drawing or a new painting. The more you practice, the better you get. Guaranteed.
You are so used to admire the works of others, that yours will look bad in comparison. And it may seem that it comes easy to them but it's a struggle for you, you may want to give up. Don't. Keep doing what inspires you. The artists that make it look easy have been practicing for 20-30 years. Their early works were nowhere comparable to what they make now. Follow your art, create a lot, set aside the work already done, and create some more. You'll end up liking what you produce.