recently I've had the scare of my life in becoming homeless. Finances are a constant battle for me, primarily due to having to settle for being underpaid to get work. I think most here would agree that freelancing is a very very hard thing to do. Being an artist is something that's not in your blood, it's part of your soul. It's a piece of you. There's times when it's rough, there's times when it's great. That's the same for any career. The thing that keeps me going in doing this is the moral support and appreciation. It's a very thankless job and having my friends and what few fans I do have really gives me the courage I need to keep going. My main goal used to be to get to work on anything Batman, and it'd be great if I could, but now. I really want to be able to do my own thing and just make enough off it to survive doing just that. I'm lucky enough to be half decent at what I do. I know I don't hold a candle to the countless artists I look up to. I just hope that those who do come across my work can appreciate it for what it is enough to want to own some of it. I cannot express enough gratitude to those who do appreciate my work. Thanks very much.