Hey all my lovely watchers!
I'm still alive and kickin' but my hand is still having some issues.
Due to my doctors taking their sweet time with trying to treat me, my hand decided that the tenosynovitis wasn't enough and now I've been dealing with ulnaritis in my right hand for a good month causing nerve damage and muscle atrophy. I was incredibly worried because by the time they actually took an MRI to see what had happened, my pinky and ring finger were virtually paralyzed.
Good news, however, I'm starting to get movement back in those two fingers, and I'm getting occupational therapy so, within a few months time, I can go back to draw
Hey all my wonderful and lovely followers out there!
I just want to let you all know that I might not be posting much art for a little while.
At the moment, I'm in the process of recovering from a pretty nasty case of tenosynovitis in my right hand/wrist (my dominant drawing hand) , and can barely do a thing with it.
Even this whole journal is being typed with my left hand.
Anyway I promise to have more content up when my hand returns to normal and I can actually hold a pencil!
Thank you so much for your ongoing support and friendship! I love you guys!
Hello to all my lovely friends and followers!
As of now, I'm pleased to finally announce that I've completed my college education and have graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Art (specifically majoring in Graphic Art and Minoring in Studio Art). It's been a long and hard five years...changing my major, dealing with major health issues, and struggling with my mountains of projects....but I've gotten it done! As of May 13, 2017, I'm now an alumni of Marian University, graduating with high honors in my field of study. Along my journey, I've met some fantastic friends, many whom I know I will keep for a lifetime. Lastly, I want to thank YOU, m