Below are some excerpts from a new zine project I've been working on for some time, and will be finishing and then getting printed at the end of this month, called “What’s Left?”
It's a bit of a pun (usually a running theme of my life). "What's Left?" Can mean what you have left, or what remains, after you have been through a great deal. In this case, it's also literal, as these are a collection of drawings I've done with my left hand. I've been teaching myself to be ambidextrous/not only draw with my right hand, because of injuries, and it's also good for your brain to actually use both hands for traditionally hand-dominant activities-- added bonus. This zine is a sketchbook zine, but it will also have text excerpts with some drawing and brain exercises I've discovered are helpful, and can give artists with hand injuries things to work towards and practice.
There is hope in "what's left," no matter what you need to do to draw. Scroll down, and check out the some sample pages from this zine.