Hi Michael, technology in general will continuously evolve. Specific to computer technology or I.T. in general, currently there is a great need for skills in these areas:
1) cybersecurity and privacy (protecting the network from hackers and preventing any loss of sensitive data for criminal intent),
2) artificial intelligence (AI), robotic process automation (RPA) and machine learning (ML). These involve teaching computers to perform more human tasks including physical and mental challenges and the ability to make decisions in the current moment to change an outcome for a customer or the business. For instance, using 3D printing to create missing limbs and aids for assisted living.
Your interest to draw could become a potential for design.
I'd suggest looking at some free online courses to get an understanding of what it looks like at the moment. If you are keen, the University of Helsinki currently offers an initial introduction to AI.
I believe that they will continue to rise in demand because of these factors:
an aging populating - people living longer and compared than 20 years ago. There will be more dependencies on our healthcare system and even greater need for assisted living. We will have smarter homes in the future.
Keep your interests growing and find ways to learn new skills. Get curious! Really curious about how different things can work together.