Well can’t tell you what to do, a few things that you should consider:
- Work on your offense. If you enjoy this playstyle you have to know how to crack people open so drill frame traps, throws, divekicks, etc. This would help you with any character you decide to play actually.
- Play cammy in a more defensive manner. If you look at someone like Marq Teddy, he plays Guy in a completely no fucks given way and he’s always dictating the pace of the match and doesn’t care how many times you deflect him he does the same thing again. Kyotea on the other hand is another Guy player that plays it entirely midrange with just occasionaly going for fancy closeup stuff. This definetly applies to Cammy as well, play a cr.mk/s.mk/s.hk/antiair game and only go ham when you score the knockdown.
I’m sort of on the same boat as you, even though I like rushdown and offensive characters more I see better results with straightforward characters. As much as I wish I could turn up a switch and go Marq Teddy on people I’m more of a reactive player (maybe because when I started playing I’d win matches just by downbacking and antiairing people), so I’ve just resigned to playing these pixie characters in a safer way, trying to watch what people do on defense and counter it, not being upclose playing 50/50s all the time, etc.
Oh and Poongko is a good example. I feel some people have completely different trains of thought and Poongko was a prime example, nobody could get a read on him and ultimately he was smart as fuck on all risks he took. Nowadays though either people taught him to be less agressive, he started second guessing himself and sort of lost his “crazy” mentality or simply because patches happened he developed into a very contained and safe Seth. He’s now seeing much more success with this new take.