Well, to be be perfectly honest, “they” probably will.
And that, too, is a part of the creative process.
Learning to create isn’t just a matter of figuring out your instrument or honing your craft; it’s also a matter of learning how to handle the feedback (or indifference) that comes as a result of your having the audacity to inject new possibilities into the world.
Whenever you take a creative action of any kind, you create pattern disruptions in the universal energy field of which we are all part. Such disturbances are going to generate a reaction and some of those reactions won’t be pleasant.
A creator (and by “creator”, I mean the kind that sticks around long enough to complete the work they care about) is someone who knows this and learns from it, or simply chooses to not give it a second thought.
Being laughed at, ridiculed, mocked, scorned, or despised for the quality of work you create, is no big deal unless you make it a big deal.
When you can learn from people’s unpleasant feedback, learn from it. When you can’t, put it out of your mind and move on.
Either way, don’t stop creating. Because when you stop creating, then, and only then, is the joke truly on you.