You need to train on aim maps, take like 1 hour a day, and train regulary, some DM also, and maybe you will achieve what you want, Good Luck !
It's practice and persistence. We were all once new or bad at something, to be good you've got to keep at it and try and push aside the negativity. If you can reflect on your losses and see where you are going wrong and where you can do better you will always improve if you keep that at the forefront of your mind.
Find some settings you are comfortable with and STICK WITH THEM. Get comfortable with them in deathmatch and don't change sens after every death thinking that is the problem. It will only make it harder for you to aim consistently.
Relax, dm, practice, fine tune, relax, relax relax! Stressing about bad performance or flaming yourself or team mates constantly for silly mistakes will only make it harder to improve.
Also - 1 game doesn't define a player, good or bad. Consistency over a long time is a better measurement, so don't get down beat or think you're the prince of NiP based on 1 game.
Most players in these levels have thousands of hours only on cs go, add the thousands of hours they had in 1.6/source and the fact that they are in the competitive scene (meaning they are expected to be at their best all the time) It would actually be kinda surprising if their aim wasn't as good as it is.
CS isn't like drawing or singing, you can become good if you try hard. Of course there are talented ppl so they need less practice but you can compete with them
only HS DM !!!!!!
play 1000 hours and u will be god
shroud has 44k kills on his ak, go figure...practice practice practice...
Some people have the tendency to be good at some things, like staying calm in tight/clutch situation, or having great reflexes, etc. but with enough practice you should be able to reach a fairly high level at this game...
Don't play matchmaking, or 64 tick servers. Hehe.
1) gear. honestly, good mouse and mousepad, and no acceleration is how you build muscle memory, and keyboard with good respons and short pressing distance. Keep your sensitivity semi-high, not too low. With 450dpi 2.5ish +/- 0.5 is pretty good.
If you choose a very low sensitivity, you will not build same kind of muscle memory since your mouse control doesn't require that, and you will never be the best, since your low sens will prevent that. :P :D
2) lots of training,
-training_aim_csgo - point accuracy,
-aim map - bursts,
-dm all-around, but imho two previous are still required.
Also, playing a game like quake will help your overall mouse control; in quake you move your mouse a lot more.
then you will have a good aim, but that doesn't make you a good player yet, only a good shooter.
putting shroud on the same level as shoxie
Just play alot and don't change settings