l love it but then...aw man, you made a epic logo not vectored. every graphic designer is cringing seeing software used. can't expand the image without pixelation, printers read the colors differently as rgb format and all sorts of avoidable areas when printing on different mediums. but if its just for the hell of it, then meh, photoshop is fine l guess
try using illustrator for logos in the future. If its just for the hell of it, then meh, photoshop is fine l guess, just don't get into the habit of doing it as one day someone might want to buy a design off you and you would have to do it again >.>
about the image itself, spot on, its really good, great to stare at. however the tail isn't aligned with the body, the points in the V are off a bit? If you have highlights coming from the right side, why is the drop shadow also showing on the right side?
psh, professional artist is a self claimed title. It's all how you see yourself.
if you're really interested in getting into the graphic design industry, just post your art up on a blog, any other artistic website you join, link to your portfolio everywhere like facebook..its already beautifully done, sooner or later, you'll get commissions for business logos, icons, website layouts and other fun stuff.
just get paperwork (copyrights) and pricing( nvoices) ready for them ^ ^