I made arts once. Back in the day, before what I like to call "the adult period". It was a simpler time back then, when a pencil could be wielded for endless power.
You might ask, what does a handsome pencilologist do for his day job? The obvious answer is that he programs Interactive Multimedia Instruction. I have many duties in this role, but every so often I get to make fun game-like activities to test and/or reinforce the user's knowledge.
In college I started making videos. I liked it a lot. These days, when I get something that mythology calls "free time", I'll use it to do game development. I miss video editing, and I wish I could spend more time on my hobbyist game pursuits, since that's been my feverish dream since I was a budding human.