For the past three months, I've completely dropped drawing. But why I did was... well... important.
I was trying to find a full time job and I ended up realizing that I would also have to apply to areas far from where
I'm currently living. This meant I would have to move into a place where I would have to get used to a different life style
and prepare to work full time every day. It absolutely killed my motivation and I decided to put off drawing until I was in a comfortable position.
I did finally get a job in January, when I went to a job interview for a Tech Writer position. Due to circumstances, the company decided to instead place me in Tech Support and I started my full time job there. Now, it definitely isn't a bad job, in fact, it's the first time I've ever had a job where I wasn't looking at the clock waiting for it to end. However, it did make me constantly tired afterwords and I have had little motivation to draw. It was as if I was stuck against a wall when it came to drawing.
However, this week I am going to try to push myself to draw more and more. For now, I'm going to drop sketch dumps of things I think about during the day (I do still keep a habit of doodling at work, but I never seem able to transfer it to Clip Studio.) I'll also probably draw stuff like what I've been doing during the three months I went on hiatus.
This means until I'm comfortable with drawing again, I will not be accepting commissions, unfortunately. Trust me, I do care about all of you who do watch me, and I really do want to give you guys the art that you followed me for, but I will need time to get back to that motivation to draw. I apologize to you all, but please wait a little longer for me to push out full scale art. u.u