I wish I was like Archer and didn't think about my mortality. About a month ago I rolled my ankle like an idiot down one step, which is still swollen today (that's normal right?). Around the same time I was experiencing major pain in my dominant hand. Not much of a surprise there, because of the constant drawing that I do. I'm starting to develop signs of Degenerative Arthritis also known as Osteoarthritis, which sounds worse then it actually is, but left untreated it can definitely be painful. Having all this happen made me realize though, that humans are fragile.
A few weeks back I announced a hiatus on Wild Pack due to these very injuries. I'm not gonna lie, it worried me that I wouldn't be as consistent with my series or be able draw as long as I use to. In light of my injuries I have been very tentative about the amount I draw, and my time spent drawing so not cause further damage. But it's time to get back on the horse, and just be mindful moving forward.
I feel a more in-depth post about managing Degenerative Arthritis is in order, but for now
It's been about a four year gap since I've last seen Archer, I half expected to have missed out on so much, but turns out I was just a season behind. This doesn't add up.
I wanted to update you guys, let you know I'm excited to share were Wild Pack is going and have been creating art behind the scenes that I will reveal at the end of the week.
Thank you for your patience, everyone. Take care of yourselves folks.