It absolutely will.
Take a look at your average college-level game development club.
Compare the amount of ``game designers" with the amount of artists and programmers.
The game designers will outnumber the programmers 3:1. Sometimes even as much as 7-10:1 as the semester goes on.
Do you understand?
``Game Design" is a synonym for "idea guy."
If you have too many idea guys and no one to implement your ideas, then you will not develop a game--only an abstract set of ideas that may or may not work, and certainly will not see the light of day.
As an artist (not concept art, those belong to people with skill), you can pull your weight, maybe. But without programmers you are most certainly dead in the water.
I can't wait until you're forced to enter college as a Computer Science Bsc. because you "want to make games", like your hundreds of classmates will also tell you, only to drop out because you couldn't handle the math, or weren't actually interested in being a programmer and preferred to live out your idea guy delusions.