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 on: March 01, 2015, 11:41:52 PM 
Started by Virmir - Last post by VirBot


30 minute doodle to keep the arms from shriveling up completely during forced rest, which will most assuredly last at least several more months.  15 minutes with the left hand and 15 minutes with the right--pick which drew which part!  One of the things I am working on is moving away from my super scribbly sketches to slower more precise strokes (like real artists do).  Should save me tons of strokes and thus place less strain on my miserable tendons.

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 on: March 01, 2015, 11:25:31 PM 
Started by Virmir - Last post by VirBot


MMMPH MRRPH

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 on: February 28, 2015, 03:07:28 PM 
Started by Virmir - Last post by Zeo Fawx
I'm glad to hear there is some degree of improvement. If there was no nothing, or getting worse then I'd really be worried.

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 on: February 28, 2015, 01:46:11 PM 
Started by Virmir - Last post by BlueDragon62
Back on topic...!

In my free time (of which there has been very little for the past several weeks), I have been booting up the old Castlevania games on various emulators, and attempting to finish them in legit play throughs (no save states, no frame slowdown, or other various emulator benefits).  Thus far I managed to finish Castlevania Dracula X: Rondo of Blood, an amazing game for the PC Engine (TurboGraphix16) that was, sadly, never released outside of Japan (probably the best 'linear-style' Castlevania), and Super Castlevania 4 for the SNES.  Both were quite challenging, but certainly doable.

At present, I'm trying to beat the original Castlevania and Castlevania 3 (both for the NES).  Each of these games is far harder than the two I mentioned above, with CV3 being, arguably, the hardest in the series. As for the original Castlevania, I am stuck on Stage 5 and the Death boss battle, and in Castlevania 3 I've not even reached the point where you enter the castle yet (stuck on the stage before it).  Quite challenging, heh heh!

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 on: February 27, 2015, 11:00:32 PM 
Started by Virmir - Last post by Virmir
GAH

I was taking anti-inflammatories for a few months but I stopped since they don't seem to be doing any good.

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 on: February 27, 2015, 10:16:15 AM 
Started by Virmir - Last post by Donnie
* Donnie readies chisel and hammer

Such pain.... where does it come from and where does it go? Such silly things, I'll fix it all! Huahurhurhurhur.

I don't suppose a dose of painkiller helps with your everyday business?

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 on: February 25, 2015, 11:23:13 PM 
Started by Lt Fennec - Last post by Virmir
Amusing little short!  Definitely interested in reading more about this fellow!

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 on: February 25, 2015, 11:15:08 PM 
Started by Selena Hallore - Last post by Virmir
Well, that's what you get for messing with that musical ice stuff!  TREES.

In all honesty, it was kind of depressing (even though you obviously deserved it).  I would think a constant battle between summer and winter with the losing side rejuvenating and then defeating the other to symbolize the changing of seasons all in the guise of a family dispute would be interesting though.

Post more stuff!

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 on: February 24, 2015, 01:34:01 PM 
Started by Virmir - Last post by Fragmaster01
You can do it! Be of good cheer! *cheerleader section*

The cheerleaders are not very coordinated, and in fact appear to be constantly transforming and arguing amongst themselves over who their guest artist should be. As you do.

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 on: February 22, 2015, 11:04:30 PM 
Started by Virmir - Last post by Virmir
Right arm--no real improvement.  Although on the plus side I have been slowly increasing the exercises I've been doing from physical therapy (I had stopped completely for a few months to see if they were actually causing pain, but that was a mistake as the arm got incredibly weak during that time) and apart from squeezing the ball (which still causes significant pain if done more than just marginally), the arm is a little stronger now and not getting worse.

Left arm--perhaps some slight improvement, although really only the past week and there continue to be ups and downs, so too early to see.

The current plan is to continue as I've been doing throughout March except I'm going to start scheduling 30 to 60 minute drawing sessions for each arm once per week because it's not good to go too long without drawing and I don't think such short sessions spaced out like that will affect healing time much.

Actually when I do my exercise sessions every other day, at the end I've been slapping on a strict 5 minute drawing session with my left hand only (the right is not ready yet).  During the past two months I've almost got page 337 sketched!

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