That comment seems rather rude to me. I'm not really sure how to respond to it. But i'll give it a shot:
I don't really know how I'm supposed to compare my skills to your own, because you seem to be new to dA, and you have yet to upload any of your work. I have my own work. I'm proud of it. I've been doing this for a year. At the time of this build, I only had about 2 months of experience. If you don't like it, or think it's not as good as yours, I don't really care.
That's where practice comes in. When you are confident enough with the model and how it's supposed to look, you can get it to look the way it's supposed to. When I was first starting about not folding/scoring, I still printed the lined versions. I used that as a guide on where to go.
Other than that, if you find the pieces aren't fitting nicely, glue a tab, wait for it to fry completely, then glue the next tab. That should make it look more natural.