I've been on an art strike for almost a year now. No reason really, except job changes and lifestyle changes.
I've incorporated more photography into my life, but I still bang out a picture of anime or a comic page (single) funny from time-to-time.
Right now, I'm just trying to get to the next chapter in my life. I've had to debt consolidate, trying to avoid bankruptcy. *yeah, yeah, economy still sucks.
I've decided after a hard decision to scrap more college in graphic art or fine art and go with my bachelor's in education. I've decided to teach elementary level children. After driving a school bus for 8 years, I've grown quite fond of being around the little kids. They're fun, and I'd love to teach them.
For now, I'm just doing art on the side, and taking a few commissions from people at work. I want to start my own business, but again - my credit is shot for starting anything.
In the meantime, I'm still making crappy pay - coming to the realization that Obamacare is broken, and wonder if I'm EVER going to move out of my parents' house before I'm 40. (I'll be 38 in January).
Ah, well. I'm still laughing.... or maybe I've gone chronically insane from stress.
NOPE! I'm happy, nonetheless!