ok how about op.10 no.2? is that still too advanced for me?
There is another thread on the Chopin Op 10 No 2 Etude. I suggest you read it.
Yes, Op 10 No 2 is too hard for you; many concert pianists with years of study and performance avoid it because it is too demanding of certain aspects of technique.
Don't be misled by the relative simplicity of the look of the notes on the page!
One of the difficulties facing self-taught beginners is that they don't know what they don't know: they don't know what might be difficult, and they often can't judge relative degrees of difficulties among pieces. There have been examples of self-taught players on this forum presenting recordings of works that they didn't know before "learning" them, with which they didn't compare their interpretation of the work with that of professionals, with the result that their performance in no way came even close to approximating a "reasonable" peformance of the work.
There is a lot to learn, but tackling Chopin Etudes after a couple of months of self-study is not a recommended program.
The ability to judge what is appropriate to learn and to play, given ones own abilities, comes with experience and/or through good teaching.
The best you can do if you won't seek out a good teacher is to buy collections of piano pieces that are graded or published for a particular level of development of technique and playing.