Since 2008, when the Great Recession financially rampaged across the USA like a pack of hungry Tyrannosauri, all of my work gradual moved to a digital format. I took a cue from the funniest and most web savvy person that I knew from art school by making different series of webcomics. That started on the now defunct Smack Jeeves web comic pages and then with a dedicated site at http://www.roachesbook.com.
Then, I moved to another state and went through a lot of career changes and computer equipment. I bought a nice Apple iMac and a used Cintique tablet. The Cintique lasted a few chapters of web comic art and quit. My friend sold me a bitchin' Japanese Epson GT-15000 in 2018. It's a wide format scanner. It is worth much more than the price I paid. This was very generous. Since then, I've been able to digitize everything that I draw and then send to the iMac.
During the COVID-19 pandemic I was fully employed and did not get ill. Also, I kept a profitable small business together that I started in 2017. Now in 2022, I have less free time to work on illustrations and drawings. The art work that I have time to finish are at a much higher level of detail and clarity w/a clearer style.
Going forward I plan on re-working older projects, working on illustrations for friends and family and exploring some science fiction topics. Thank you to my watchers and my friends on Deviant Art for your input and your support.