Lets say your right hand was your dominant drawing hand, but due to an unfortunate event, it was removed from your body.
What do you do?
Relearn how to art with your left hand/arm, or just give up art entirely?
Well I'm sure I would start to learn how to write with my left hand. Would probably just re-learn drawing again too, no big deal
Really, how much harder it would be to play vidya would be the most difficult. Just thinking about that gives me feels
I started developing bad carpal tunnel syndrome in my right hand. It took me a year to learn how to draw with my left. I can draw almost as good with my left as my right. I still have trouble with creating even, line drawing with my left but to be honest I wasn't that great with my right either.
i would start to drawing on the left side of my brain. this would teach me how to become the better artist than even most of the professionals probably, because I would have be used 100% of my brain. I think this would untimely make my artwork much much better than it isn't now?
My father was a professional painter who was in a motorbike accident which paralysed his right arm.
He got a pretty huge settlement in the court and then became a postman.
He learnt to draw and paint etc with his left arm but by then computers had replaced his job.
bro i can draw with a mouse i dont think drawing with my left hand is going to be hard for long.
Drawing has almost nothing to do with your line accuracy, just get into painting or some shit.
not even relearn actively f a m
just explore the loss thematically, do a lot of digital art, animation, collage, that softens the impact and basically make the arm loss a gimmick to generate buzz
>What do you do?
I'm a weak-willed character, so there's a good chance I'd an hero without hesitation.
Become a disgruntled one-armed Japanese swordsman.