I don't know if you can call what I do art. It's more a hobby, or an ability to rearrange the art of others into profitable things.
I design campaigns and adventures for use with various pen and paper games, specifically D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder, with a preference for the latter. I have an abiding love for role playing games, and this is how I give back to a community that took me in when I was nothing more than a quiet, scared nerd... as opposed to the athletic, loud nerd I am today.
After a long time of puttering around with ideas, I've finally found something I can look at and honestly thing, "Yeah, I'd buy that." After three months of work, I finally have a rough draft of the first adventure down, a PDF person for professional formatting, and a good grasp of the legal issues required to follow through with this idea.
What I need now is some good art. Sadly, 80% of sales boils down to visual presentation. Also, 37% percent of statistics are bullshit.
Listening to: "The Ghost in You" - Psychadelic Furs
Reading: How the Irish Saved Civilization - T. Cahill
Watching: My computer screen