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๐Ÿ“ข Heads-Up!

Hey everyone! I have a bunch of posts in my drafts that I didn’t publish over the last busy month or so. It’s roughly 19 or 20 posts. So if you are a subscriber, and you have it set to notify you for every post, you’ll get that many emails. When reading them, please note the dates; I’ll be posting stuff from my birthday, which obviously was over a month ago, for example.

Normally, I would make the blog private so no one gets those emails, but these are posts that are not that old and I don’t want to go unseen. So this is just a little heads-up that you will be getting a bit of a flood of notifications until it is done. Hopefully you enjoy the posts! A Mastodon Server! ๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŒˆ

Hey everyone –in case you didn’t already know, I want to give you all a heads-up that I have my own Mastodon personal server now. Its purpose is to give everyone a way to follow my on social media, nothing more –this isn’t some return to fandom interaction. I host only accounts that belong to me, and sign-ups are always closed.

I do have standards and rules for what I will post, “like” and boost: please see my list ofย Rulesย here for more information on that. My primary account follows only fellow artists and writers.ย Some of them may be my friends, but when it comes to Mastodon, I opt not to follow friends who are not creators, or to follow the personal, non-work accounts of friends who draw or write. I am there to see art, share art, be inspired, and hopefully inspire, but not to use “social media” in the otherwise conventional sense.

My project-specific accounts, outlined below, will never follow anyone.

The server hosts the following accounts:

๐ŸŒˆ Squelf: My personal account. Everyday studio stuff as it relates to being an artist and writer, including what I read, watch and listen to for inspiration, and any art not related to any personal projects below, will be posted from this account. This is also the account I will use to follow and interact with other Mastodon users. Located at:

๐Ÿ“— Meganeea: Art, chapter excerpts and announcements relating to my fantasy novel series, Meganeea. Located at:

๐Ÿ“˜ The Tale Of Horus: Art, chapter excerpts and announcements relating to my fantasy novel series, The Tale Of Horus. Located at:

๐Ÿ“• Master Sequin’s Assistants: Art, chapter excerpts and announcements relating to my fairytale novel series, Master Sequin’s Assistants. Located at:

๐Ÿ“™ Fern’s Path: Art, chapter excerpts and announcements relating to my dinosaur novel, Fern’s Path. Located at:ย


This is a personal server that I use to share my artwork and fantasy writing, and to interact with the community at large. Some people I follow are on instances whose rules don’t align with my personal philosophy or with the rules I have for my own server, so be aware that in viewing the federated timeline of my instance, you may encounter content (sometimes including un-CW’d content) that you (and I, for that matter) may find objectionable.

With that said: I will never boost or like content that breaks my server rules as outlined in myย “Rules” section.

Comments Approved And Replied To, Guestbook Updated! ๐Ÿ–‹๏ธ

I’m sorry this took so long, but Visitor messages have now been added in. You can sign the guestbook right here! In addition, all comments have been replied to and approved. Thank you for your patience!

I’ve also updated my 40th Birthday Wishes post. I decided to remove the couple of toys I had in favor of an oversize scanner. I know it’s not possible for any one person to get me any of these three very extravagant items, but I figure it’s best to concentrate on those, and maybe with gift cards I can get one. If not, maybe by Christmas! ๐Ÿ™‚

Next post should hopefully be on Sunday as per usual. ๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™€๏ธ

โŒ PLEASE READ: My FurAffinity Account Will Be Deleted โŒ

THIS IS A CROSS-POST OF THIS FURAFFINITY JOURNAL. (Note: I’ve since deleted my account so this link is no longer valid). Because this is a very drastic action, I am reposting it here exactly as it appears on FurAffinity, in case anyone missed it. The wording reflects it being posted over at FA.

I will be sending the deletion request Sunday night. I will not be merely disabling the account –it will be gone completely. I already sent deletion requests for my SnailClub and CharlieBears accounts.

I’m not posting this to get “nuuu pls don’t leave!” comments, hence why I am posting this entry with comments disabled. I wouldn’t make such a serious announcement if I could in any way be made to change my mind, so you shouldn’t try, but you are welcome to stay in touch with me via the avenues I will provide below.

These last couple of years I have done a tremendous amount of back and forth with art accounts and social media. Sometimes remaking and deleting accounts in the same spaces within the month. It took me many false starts to leave Twitter permanently. I’m sure any journal of this sort from me incites eye-rolling, but please understand that behind my indecisiveness is a lot of hurt and sense of loss. I try to stay on sites due to isolation, but staying feels awful, so I leave –repeat ad nauseaum.

Leaving FA is definitely the nuclear option and one I’ve never taken before. I have never been on any website as long as I have been on FurAffinity. Though it makes me sad to delete it, this is only due to memories of what the site used to be, that which it no longer represents for me. Actually deleting it is no real loss to me in its current state.

I make this journal to give people the opportunity to bookmark how I can be found going forward.

Hopefully, the FAQ below will answer most questions:

๐Ÿ‘พ Why?

Multiple reasons. I do want to make clear that the new AUP rules are only a small factor, mainly in the sense that they caused a lot of my friends to leave. This site is mostly dead for me now, both in terms of the activity I see, and in the activity I receive from others. But this isn’t the main reason. The main reason is more personal, and applies to other sites that I am also leaving along with FA.

The TL/DR of it is this: my morals and values as an artist (if that is even a proper way to put it) clearly no longer align with the current “art community zeitgeist”, both in and out of furry. It is not getting any better, so I am once and for all peacing out of those online communities where I find this to be a problem. Right now, that seems to be almost all of them. To put it in comically simple terms, I am not prudish enough to fit in. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

๐Ÿ‘พ Why wouldn’t you leave your account up for posterity, at least?

My personal comfort comes first, and I am more comfortable if my account is wiped altogether than if I leave anything here.

Other things that have been deleted or will be deleted soon (some are pending deletion requests): Retrospring, Gumroad, cohost,, Mastodon, and even my Carrd. At this point, I am unsure if I will delete Instagram, but since all the same issues are present there, I think it’s probable.

๐Ÿ‘พ What Will Be Left?

Above all, I will ALWAYS have my blog ( where I post often. All of my art gets posted there. Everything you would have seen me post anywhere, also gets posted to my blog and will continue to be posted there. You don’t have to miss any of my content if you don’t want to.

Ultimately, my online activity won’t decline by much. Everything I delete was a crosspost for my blog anyway. Whether or not you continue to see my content depends on you and the effort you choose to make. Given this, I fully expect to fade out of the majority of radars.

I’ll still be on my Telegram art channel ( and chat ( You are welcome to pass the links around to others, as well!

My Telegram is Squelfland ( if you need to reach out directly.

I’ll still be on Patreon ( and Ko-Fi ( I’ll still be on YouTube ( –though I disable comments there) and I have two streaming channels on TwitchGamingSquelf ( and Squelfland (

๐Ÿ‘พ Is This Forever?

I… really don’t know. I guess if the Internet went back a little to how it used to be, maybe I would want to be social online again. I used to enjoy it a lot. Right now, it doesn’t feel that way. I feel that the world has become extremely toxic and virulent towards artists and fictional works, and worst of all, it is artists doing this to each other. So I’m just kinda… done with it all. I’m going back to quietly drawing for myself, as I said I would after closing commissions anyway, but now in my own spaces only.

๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’• Thank You ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

I made good memories here, really good ones. I want to leave before they are spoiled any further for me. Really, thank you for everything. I’ll see you in the spaces I mentioned above, and if things change, maybe in some other, new site, in a few years.

Thank you, everyone. Goodbye!

P.S. If you are an artist friend with a Telegram art channel, please reach out to me. I’ll try to find and follow as many of them as possible in the next couple of days.

The TRUE End Of An Era ๐ŸŒˆ๐ŸŒžโ˜๏ธ

Hello everyone. This is a very important journal if you are currently a supporter of my Patreon or wish to become one. Please read it if this is the case. I have already contacted each and every one of my Patrons individually.

My Patreon will be moving to being tip-only: all tiers will be deleted, and the “Little Helper” tier has been renamed to “Squelfologist”. This is the last remaining tier. It starts at $5 and can be anything you want, but it will no longer have cumulative rewards.

When I made the decision to close commissions, I still wanted to hang on to Patreon (as in, offering rewards) for three different reasons:

๐ŸŒˆ First: I felt so much gratitude to my current Patrons. I didn’t want to cut them off of receiving art that was so easy and pleasant for me to do.
๐ŸŒˆ Second: it was my only “fun” money, as well as money for some minor bills.

Now, circumstances have once again shifted. You might recall me mentioning on my blog that I was getting very few hours at my job, a job I love with a team I adore and a great store manager. The lack of hours is corporate BS –everyone dealing with the same at this location. I LOVE working there and still do. But 5-10 hours a week was simply not enough, even if some random weeks it is twice that.

So I found a full time job, minutes from my house. But I’ll still be doing some hours at my current job, periodically, whenever I can fit it in. And the housework/grocery shopping/some cooking. And taking care of the animals. AND I still have some commissions and Patreon rewards to finish.

Very soon, I am going to be very stressed out. Truth be told, I have been already for a few weeks, and it is showing on me, physically. I’m having some persistent eyelid twitching (something that often happens to me when I am under a lot of stress) and I’m forgetting things and making unusual typos (that part is a little scary).

So, I’m going to need to clear my plate of art as soon as possible so that I can concentrate on raising as many funds as possible before September, when my mom may need to move closer to us. If I could I’d probably refund everything that is left in my queue, even though they are all pieces I will love to work on. I’m just concentrating on finishing stuff when I can. Thankfully it is not too much.

The third reason I wanted to hold on to Patreon: community.

For all of my griping, I struggled to fully “let go” of the community. I know a part of me never quite will, but it’s amazing how quickly I became isolated/forgotten as I pulled back more and more. Looking through old spaces, I can see I’m far from alone: on FA and elsewhere, comments and engagement are all very minimal. In 2015, a top creator in our community and close friend of mine had 112 comments on a submission. Their latest on a similar piece? 30 comments. Other social media is no different. It is literally everywhere.

These days, I get almost no comments at all and most submissions I see have little to no comments. Everything is so empty and quiet.

Patreon was my way of holding on to the community still, sort of. If I stop Patreon (or at least if I stop drawing furry/littlefur rewards) I know I will step away completely, other than chitchatting with people on my Telegram group, but I expect some/many to leave when they see me posting fantasy art over littlefur art, just as many forgot or lost interest in my and my work as soon as diapers became featured less often.

I know some people will still be there for me, talking to me, being interested in what I do, but I still consider this a big deal. I don’t take this step lightly.

I already professed my gratitude, repeatedly, for all the years of commissions: now I do the same for Patreon support, the only way I managed in certain harder months to cover all my personal bills, and on less difficult months, to get myself a treat.

Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU.

I hope most of you won’t go away. I’ve disappeared from a lot of radars, become quite easily forgotten. This is more of a musing, than a gripe. I’ve removed myself from radars, after all, and with this –no more Patreon rewards, no more commissions, no more furry consโ€ฆ I guess it’s pretty final in a way.

In its new tip-only form, Patreon will continue to support my personal projects, as well as art related bills for them (printer ink, paper, my Adobe subscription). None of my original content is paywalled, but whatever support you are able to give me makes a tremendous difference in my life. I feel like you are personally cheering me on, and, in spite of my currently overwhelming schedule, it gives me that extra push to still find time to at least work on my projects and share them with you.

All of the money I make with my two retail jobs will be for my mom.

Thank you again from the bottom of my heart. Words in a journal hardly do justice to express my feelings. Thank you.


Hey everyone! As I’ve slowly been making some changes, I wanted to give formal notice of them. They’re kind of major, so I appreciate you reading this long but important post.

Even if you’ve already read this on FA, please note that this post has been greatly revised and expanded, so there’ll be more info for you if you read it again here.


The most important things to keep in mind are: I am in no way disappearing, and you shouldn't expect my artistic output to decrease, either! What I draw WILL change, however, and it will make me happier. ๐Ÿ˜Š

I am also making my withdrawal from the community a little more formal, but in practical terms, I had already withdrawn. I am not really spending most of my time in furry spaces anymore.

My Patreon isn't closing, my Telegram group isn't closing, my FA account won't be deleted and I'll still post art to it.

So really: the biggest change is that I am no longer accepting commissions. These changes are all for my personal fulfillment. I hope you can be happy for me, and not make me feel bad. I gave the majority of my time, life and output to the community for twelve long years, and I want to move on to other things, other hobbies, and other endeavors.



Requests are also closed (and always have been), while trades are for close friends only (but I am not available for those for a while, regardless). I will eventually reopen trades and collaborations.

Any commissions that have been paid for, will be completed as normal, and my Trello remains available for viewing. However, I have removed all commission information from my website/socials/online galleries/etc.


I have no plans to close or make changes to my Patreon! It will remain the only way to reliably get art for me in the form of freebies and YCHs. Indeed, if you’re a Patreon supporter, I am basically begging you to not cancel your pledge for a couple of months if you are able to maintain it without hardship. My hope is to find a job and clear my queue in the space of two months, but if I lose the $130-ish I get from Patreon, doing that may get much harder without accepting any new commission work. ๐Ÿ˜“

(With that said, I also don’t want anyone to get into undue financial difficulty, so if you need to cancel I understand and will manage somehow.)

Working on my Patreon pieces, which are artistic freedom, still brings me a lot of joy. I will stop offering the rewards the moment that feeling of joy goes away. So please know, if you’re a supporter, that if the tiers are still up, it means that working on that art is making me happy. It is not a burden in any way.

With that said: please do not try to get non-artistic freedom commissions using your Patreon rewards, by ignoring this fact and asking me to include details that would normally require a normal commission slot. There are no exceptions.

WHY? ๐Ÿ˜•

I have decided to take this more drastic decision of announcing closure and removing all commission info (rates, terms, etc) because I’ve kinda wanted to go back to job seeking and no longer take commissions, but either by temptation or necessity, I keep taking commissions –again and again– despite the fact that I’ve tried this before.

So I am forcing my own hand here, because other than Patreon (which I still find fun and fulfilling) I just don’t want to do this anymore, and without such drastic action, I kinda lack the discipline to pull the plug on my business of so many years.

It’s true that at my last job, little as it lasted, I was very upset about not getting to draw all day. Like my husband said, what I really need to find is a part-time job, or even temporary work. I don’t really have a need to work all the time, I am very fortunate in that regard. I just need to save money for certain events from time to time and make a little side money to help my mom.


๐Ÿ™…โ€โ™€๏ธ I AM NO LONGER ATTENDING FURRY CONS ๐Ÿ™…โ€โ™€๏ธ

Every once in a while, friends still ask me “Are you attending so-and-so con?” And while I’ve mostly been unable to due to other travel plans or monetary reasons for about three years now, the truth is… I haven’t been terrible bummed about it.

I have come to the realization that my desire to attend furry conventions is simply not going to return; in fact, it wanes more with every passing month and year. It’s no longer my scene, I have no interest. I’d rather work towards visits to specific friends when I am able and attend other events and conventions that aren’t furry-related.

We may cross paths at other cons! Anime cons, science-fiction cons… who knows! But I no longer plan to attend any furry conventions.


I’ve deleted my Littlefur Mastodon account (I still have one on

My FA watch list has gone down from almost 2000 to a trim 160 (yes, really!) I went through every single person that I was watching and went down to that few. This is because I don’t plan to visit the site as often, and when I do, I don’t want to miss out on the stuff my close friends and favorite artists have posted. I did the same in other places, like cohost.

I unwatched people because they posted topics I either wasn’t interested in, or actively put off by, because they had been inactive for years/deactivated/passed away, or because we weren’t close any longer. Every rule I used to trim my list had one or a few exceptions, but I did unwatch people I really care about because I no longer wanted to see more extreme sort of fetish content, so please don’t take an unwatch as it meaning we are no longer friends, this is not the case AT ALL.


None of this is new; nor is it my first attempt at this life change. But it is the first time that I’ve used a bit of a scorched earth method to go about it.

You might say “you’ve tried this before” and yes –I have. But never taking all my commission info down in this way. It was a huge amount of work, because my commission offerings were intertwined with my entire online presence and dozens of pages on my site and social media. I had to fix dozens of broken links. It was a BIG job.

I have been gradually taking bigger and bigger steps back from the fandom over time: first, from our specific “niche”, then, from the fandom as a whole. It has been increasingly becoming a negative force in my life over the last few years, and a place where everyone is seemingly engaged in upsetting discourse or sharing of kinks that I have no interest in, which is pretty alienating at times.

I have tried to maintain a presence in certain spaces where I’ve long felt that I no longer fit in, mostly because I have friends and loved ones in those spaces still. But I don’t wanna force myself to be in them anymore. Hopefully the friendships can be maintained outside of that. Otherwise, it would be a real bummer.

Moreover, at some point long ago I stopped calling myself a furry. I slowly removed that tag from all my art. Iโ€™m not sure when that happened, because it was gradual, but it did. It isn’t a label that I feel fits me today. Itโ€™s just not me anymore. No community label does anymore, but furry actually feels alienating to me now.

I wanted a simple way to convey this last part without sounding emotional or upset, because I am neither: my interests simply keep pushing me to other areas. It’s been a fun twelve years, but I want to see what else my artistic future can hold.

You’re going to see a great uptick of personal work this year, and once I finish with the current draft (which has seen more progress these last three months than in the last three years) you’re going to be seeing a barrage of illustrated book chapters being posted to my site. I hope you’ll look forward to that.

When I came into the furry fandom, there was a big empty hole in my life. For twelve years, that hole was filled by the community, a large net of furry friends, and furry fandom activities, online and offline. I gave the community my all: twelve years of most of my artistic output. I feel that I’ve received a lot in return as well, but also that it has somewhat run its course in my life. And so, I find myself with a sort of emptiness again.

But that emptiness doesn’t upset me. Instead, Iโ€™m looking forward to finding a new community, or two. I want to delve more into paleontology and I want to attend science-fiction conventions. This year, I’ve filled my time with reading, scrapbooking, puzzle-building, gaming, walking, and other fun and fulfilling activities. It’s been wonderful –I can’t wait for more!


I’d like to close with this: at some point in the next two months, you’ll probably see me fret, second-guess myself, worry about money, have trouble adjusting, etc. Please give me support (as in, cheer me on) rather than I-told-you-so’s. It’s gonna be a big change for me, but I’m going to give it my all.

Thank you for always supporting my artistic endeavors! I can’t wait to share new stuff with you!
Before you comment, please read this again (just including a reminder because again, I’m still posting art and interacting with my friends and with my Telegram group and everything! This isn’t a sad announcement.)

It’s That Time! If You Like This Blog, Please Read…

I’ve never pretended that I write this blog for anyone but myself. I am its primary enjoyer. Writing the posts and revisiting them brings me so much happiness! But I have heard time and time and again from friends and strangers that my content brings them happiness, too.

This site does also serve as my portfolio. I choose as a host after trying many other options (one of which was hosting elsewhere using is NOT a cheap host for such an enormous website as mine is, but after trying different options, I feel it suits my needs best and should for a long time to come.

It takes me $300 a year to keep this site running. It’s worth it to me, but it is HARD to raise those funds every year. So, this year, I’ve allowed a little banner to appear for a while, at the top of the blog, which could allow a very generous person to sponsor it. You could also click here to do so.

I doubt anyone can just go and dump $300 on a random blog, so a partial donation via PayPal or Zelle ( works for either) would be equally immensely appreciated if you enjoy the content I post here regularly. Thanks for reading!

โœจ๐Ÿ’ž The Great Unblock ๐Ÿ’žโœจ

As you have probably noticed I’ve made a big effort to return to the fandom properly. If we had a falling out, and I know there have been some on my end and on others, I want to extend a friendly hand. I’ve unblocked quite a few people, I already mentioned doing so a week or so ago, but today I actually went through my entire blocklist (on FA and elsewhere). It was hundreds of people and I unblocked most of them. I feel that over the past 12 years I’ve blocked too liberally here.

The only cases where I didn’t unblock were: they are a bot, or a truly, outwardly terrible person (usually already banned by the site anyway) or if me or my friends were harassed by the person in question in a very targeted manner (and never grew from this behavior/never tried to make amends). Beyond this there was literally a single person with whom any interaction is sadly, to this day, still massively triggering for me. Maybe someday that will change, but right now it is still the case. I want to keep my heart open, it’s just that sometimes any further interaction can cause damage to both parties and I worry that it’s the case here. But, it is sincerely no ill will on my part, more of a “I can’t handle it” situation.

And, some of the people I unblocked I do feel a tad unsafe about, but I want to just believe in the potential good of people. Worst case I can block again.

In some cases there was no blocking, but perhaps simply some terse words, and then communication awkwardly dropped off.

In other cases, it is people I love and knew for many years, with whom the broken bond hurts.

Life is really short, and online bonds so fragile. In as many cases as possible, I am willing to completely clear the slate, I will hold no grudges against you, and I ask forgiveness for whatever I may have thoughtlessly, with or without good intentions, said or done that has hurt you. Sometimes perhaps this was simply finding yourself blocked by me in spite of no interaction. Sometimes perhaps you apologized and I wasn’t ready to forgive or accept you could change. In as many cases as possible, I want to move forward, and start the coming year with a shiny blank page and an offer of friendship to all.

A Rollercoaster, And What’s Next? ๐ŸŽข๐Ÿ˜ข

So, last week has been something.

You might have read on my socials that I recently got a new job that I really liked. A proper 8-5pm in a corporate office. Well, life moved so fast that before I had a chance to blog about it, the job was gone.

About the job: it was easy, and relatively fun. I liked most of my coworkers, my supervisor and the main boss. One of my coworkers was a real case, I heard the “N” word from her four times in the space of two minutes, and she said some wildly transphobic and homophobic things in spite of telling me she was lesbian. But I guess you can be homophobic and transphobic at the same time as gay… it was just a shocker. So I didn’t like this coworker but I am sure she thought it was quite the opposite, as I didn’t let on. After all, it was just three of us in that area and I didn’t want to make things unpleasant.

ANYWAY, I utterly loved the job and atmosphere otherwise. The one hiccup is that truly there was nothing for me to do. I’m not sure why I was hired. When I had work to do it was because the coworker I mentioned left early/didn’t come (happened twice) or because she gave me all her work to practice on while she browsed TikTok. I was glad for this, as I had nothing to do otherwise and eight hours staring at a wall/screen are interminable.

I went around helping everywhere I could, doing whatever I could. I was praised for this so I think people were happy? And I was told repeatedly that things would pick up in January so I wasn’t too worried. Truly I felt like I’d found an amazing opportunity. I invested about $200 in clothes for this new job, because I had nothing to wear. Like a complete fool, I decorated my office area. All in the first week. Everything was going so well, that what happened really threw me for a loop.

The recruiter told me Sunday night that they told her on Friday that my position was no longer needed. They expressed no complaints. In retrospective, Thursday and Friday there were day-long meetings at which the boss, who’d been so affable on Monday, was put in a very dark mood. Our partner thinks perhaps multiple people were fired. And when I went to pick up my stuff today, I saw many more cars outside than usual at this hour. I do know that they did not make their November minimum quota. But they’d done really well in prior months. Anyway, if they don’t make 20 million per year I think some higher ups may not get bonuses (my speculation) because the company as a whole doesn’t get their bonus of two paid weeks off at Christmas unless they hit that mark.

TL,DR: It doesn’t seem like I did anything wrong, but I was let go after one week.

Pros: I made a little bit of money.

Con: I also spent money. I’m going to see what I can return.

Pro: The recruiter says she already has other offers lined up for me.

Con: I realized (or rather, remembered) that if I’m not drawing all day every day, I hate my life and want to die.

Ok, ok. Hyperbolic, I know. But it’s sort of true. From last Monday, as happy as I was with the job, all smiles at my workplace and doing my best, I was also miserable. Especially at home, with my day over and almost no art done. Still, I’d be up at 6:00am and draw. I’d draw during my lunch break. I’d draw after dinner. But it was not enough. I am not sure I can properly convey how empty and meaningless my life feels if I am not drawing. Nothing really matters and depression sets in with astounding immediacy. I stop caring about everything.

So what’s next? I don’t really know. I REALLY NEED MONEY. I’ll possibly have more job offers this week. But I don’t know if I want to take them. I need to. But a part of me is dead if I am not drawing all day. I know I sound so spoiled. But this is a basic need for me, like breathing, eating, sleeping. Actually I can do more easily with the latter two for longer than without drawing.

My guess is, if the recruiter has an offer within the same distance I’ll try it. But I’d like to give drawing another push. We will see. I was really, really crushed last night. Felt very defeated. But also, kinda happy now: this week I can draw.

I’ll keep everyone posted. Sorry about the silence and delays. I have a lot of art almost ready to post!