An Aussie with a grown family, grandchildren, and a great grandchild, how's that?!
I am a gamer, starting off with the usual suspects of board games when a child like Ludo, Sorry, Monopole, etc. I got into tabletop wargames in a tiny way (couldn't find other players) in my teens and pub computer games became a thing in my teens and the Commodore 64 came out when I was 24 and I could only afford one when I was 26 and shortly thereafter, Hello Bard's Tale! And my computer RPG life began. From there I never looked back.
I became a Pencil and Paper RPG'er with the original Traveller (Little Black Books or LBB) set shortly after getting (or was it shortly before?) getting the C64 and had many years of playing that when I found people who were also interested in that. That lead onto D&D and AD&D and over 30+ years later is history (my first uploads here were from some 31 years ago and I have been playing for years before that).
I got the AD&D 2nd edition upon release in 1989 and set my games in the Forgotten Realms setting... though I tried not to include clerics in a big way until they released Faiths and Avatars in 1996! It worked, I just kept things simple. Hence my interests in drawing fantasy characters.
I also dabbled in military history in my younger days so there are also lost (no really, I think they are gone forever) drawings of a military nature of men and equipment. Because of my love of all things sci-fi as well, there are also many lost (as per the military above) drawing too. It was only when I had free and easy access to a photocopier did I start copying my character drawings, the originals often given to the player whose character was depicted so I don't have many originals.
I hate doing bios so, is this good enough?