MY hope is you will get work as an art in like book covers or illustration! Take your portfolio, not to many(important!) Just 10 of your best and most polished in a neat presentation. A nice case or matted and go to some place that publishes what your'e interested in. It's important you know who your approaching as much as you can find out. Their names. read all their rules or instruction and the companies work, star players etc- WOW -em! I bet will have work maybe a blazing career that you will love. just a guess but I believe you have the talent and discipline.d
Amazing, I think the tree shape changing into the night sky is my favorite aspect (btw, I didn't realize you had a how to artbook out. I did a huge double take a Michael's recently when I saw it. Very nice and used it as a reference when trying to decide what new watercolors I wanted to buy with my limited funds - so thank you!).
Well I'll put that under "more things to buy" You tutorials and process photos have always been fantastic, even for someone like me who's not a beginner. They're great refershers now that I'm not classes anymore (I envy your lifting skills. For whatever reason, lifting is my watercolor waterloo). An your illustration in general are wonderfuly inspiring. I'm glad someone is publishing you regularly!