It's what the guy wanted. Age regression until she's a baby. I...don't really know why.. I've looked around and age regression and diaper art seem to be a creepy fetish of late.. It's probably better if I try to forget much of what I saw..
Thanks, Emille-san! To tell the truth, I got so lazy at the end. My wrist starting aching, so I didn't bother adding skin tone. I'm just happy to have a finished product.
I'm doing alright. Had my latest eye clinic visit. There's no change whatsoever; by not getting worse, I should be happy, but the lack of improvement means my left eye will never get any better than it is.. It's hard to be happy when it's something like that.
How are you doing? It really has been a while! I'll try to do some more work soon so you have something to look at. ^^ I'm glad you finally had some new work up as well! I hope to see even more in the future.
I understand. I also have an eye condition which is similar in that it is stable but will never heal completely to that of a normal person. You know what, I don't let it get me down. I just make the best of it. Taking it day by day is all that we can do.
I'm well, thank you I was hoping you would post some stuff again. However, take your time. I just wanted to say hello Glad to have you back.
You also have something like that? It sucks, doesn't it--but your outlook is so good. That's pretty much all there is to it, taking it day by day. I'm finally being able to read things that aren't backlit, which is nice, but it's very tiring. I've always been an avid reader and could get through thick books quickly, so it really is a hard pill to swallow not to be able to do things the same way. I ought to be thankful it was something that didn't completely take my vision.
If you don't mind me asking, what's your condition? I think you know mine by now.
I'm glad you're doing well. Yes, every day that went by that I didn't draw anything, for some reason I felt like I was disappointing somehow. I'll try to do much better!
I have keratoconus. It's difficult to compare these things but please just don't give up hope. I just want to give my support because I know it can't be easy. I'm just happy to see you online again.
Yes, sorry for the break! After the infection from the wisdom teeth I figured I'd wait til after my clinic appointment before I floated around here. That and I was trying to force myself to get to finishing that Zelda piece. I get kind of lazy when I tire of a project.
Wow, that Keratoconus sounds really terrible.. It may be a little horrible to say, but it really makes me thankful for my particular degeneration. D: How long have you experienced it? I suppose if you have something like that and can feel hopeful, I really should be a lot more thankful. Thank you. Ah, I hope I didn't come across really rude here.. Sometimes I really don't know the right thing to say or how to word things. I'm working on it, though!
I have had it since around the age of 18. I have stabilized both eyes through operations, still I wish I could have done something about it sooner. Back then the operations were still experimental. But yeah, I just make the best out of the situation.
So then in the grand scheme of things, they haven't had treatment for your condition very long. In a way, though, it's a little encouraging to think of how fast medical technology can adapt these days. Maybe in the future they'll be able to do much more for both of us. ^^
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