Oh man, I hope Oeming never gives up the art.
I'm pretty black and white about these things generally, though.
I'll always see Oeming as an artist, no matter how much writing he does.
Whereas, someone like a Miller, although a competant artist, will always seem like a writer to me. This isn't so much a product of their defining works, or what I'm personally most familiar with, but rather, more about their vibrations as creators.
Oeming, to me, feels more like an artist.
Not to say he can't handle both sides.
I'm definitely a bigger fan of his art too.
It'd be a travesty for him to give it away.