I've wanted to be an artist, a maker, an actor, a story teller, an astronaut, a weapon smith, a doctor, an x-men, a psychic, and a bookbinder, etc etc etc. But art, art is different. It's what I'm passionate about, it's what makes everything better.
Mostly, I'm a digital artist with a passion for understanding and improving his tools. I'm a tinkerer from way back, So when I'm not actively drawing, I'm probably tinkering with a new controller, brush set, articulating arm, etc, in an attempt to better the process, or give something a try.
Recently I've hit a personal renaissance and have spent the last year and a half starting everyday with an hour of art-time, in addition to my normal artistic endeavors. It's amazing, and I can't recommend it enough.
I love talking to others about their process, or how they make their stuff. There are all these amazing people out there who will go out of their way to show, teach, pass on, and illuminate and I wouldn't be anything without the help of more people than I can count. So I'm always happy to pay off a little bit of that karmactic debt, and share any of the tid-bits I've picked up.