Update: So, I just had a consultation with my handsurgeon. He says everything is gonna be ok, definitely no permanent damage. I should be able to start drawing again in 5-6 weeks. Hand will be back fully functional in about 8. So bronycon shouldn't be in danger.
Surgery is going to be on Friday and I'll have to stay for a night in the hospital. I'm at home now, enjoying boredom till Friday. I'll get a neat metal plate on the underside of my wristbone where he can screw the bone together. Sounds fun.
Anyways thank y'all again for all the nice messages! Typing still sucks. And I already miss drawing greatly. /Update
Today, I experienced how fast something totally unexpected can happen and possibly change your life for the worse. I was taking a walk with my mother and her dog. Long story short, I tripped and fell and felt my right wrist break beneath me. (I have some experience in breaking bones by now, after all.) A quick rush to the emergency room confirmed that it's broken indeed. The doctor was worried that I damaged my nerves because of the angle of the break. I still have all the feeling in my fingers, so apparently the nerves are okay, but I'll only know for sure by tomorrow when they're going to perform surgery on my wrist. But drawing will definitely be out of the question for the next couple of weeks, which sucks obviously kinda big time because of various reasons.
I'll see the hand surgeon tomorrow and will hopefully get some good news by then. Typing is kinda out of the question, too, at the moment. I appreciate all the concerns and well wishes I've received and will receive, and I'm sorry I can't properly respond to them personally.
So my drawing will be officially on hiatus starting now. To everybody who has commissioned me, I'll let you know as soon as I have some more information about how long the healing process will take. Here's to hoping I'll be able to draw prints for BronyCon.
Big thanks to my lovely fiancée for playing my secretary and typing that. ((Hi!))
I'm already missing drawing now, how the heck am I going to survive.