Hey - thanks for the question - I’m glad you like my work. People ask me about this quite a bit. Right now I am working mostly on a freelance basis, as I’m also home looking after the kids. I find it’s always possible to squeeze in a handful of hours at the drawing table every week, as long as I make it a priority. This past Father’s Day, I was afforded a nice 4-5 hour long chunk of drawing time as part of my gift from my wife. In non-Father’s Day weeks (i.e. every other week of the year), I just sneak down to the studio for half-hour sessions during baby naps or anywhere else I can steal the time. It helps that I am the only night-owl in the household, staying up much later than everyone else. I just need to fight the impulse to waste time online… quitting twitter was a big help.