I haven't been much productive these last months because of the many things that happened in my life...
All of it began in April when I went to 48hBD, a sort of BD convention for cegep students in Valleyfield. I met there a tattoo artist who introduced me to her world, and I fell in love with it.
During the end of my cegep, I cancelled my application to university, and applied to many many studios while having some trouble with my parents having to accept this. In the end, I was accepted as an apprentice under the wing of Nathalie Duquette in Nephtys Tattoo for a contract of 4 years... in Sherbrooke (two hours from Montreal).
Mean while, from the contacts of 48hBD, I found a scenarist who was searching for an illustrator for his graphic novel. I contacted him, and he accepted me. He later referred me to my current apartment since he was coincidentally studying in the university of Sherbrooke.
Then I went in a one weak travel with two students of my program and a teacher for the Romerias de Mayo of Holguin in Cuba. There, a looooooooot of things happen and I hope I'll have time some day to translate my journal in English. French version (in progress): lelocaldufond.blogspot.ca/?m=1
Finally I passed all of my exams (61% at philosophy - thank god XD) and ended up with 2 awards.
That's when I went to Sherbrooke, in the home of a great aunt I've seen one time in my life before (a great person) did a one week sort of chilling in the studio (where I drew a lot, but I don't have huge scanners or a camera with me...) My studio was also moving out at a bigger place on Wellington Street and I'm currently helping them out with that. Fun fact, their new studio is super close to my apartment. The apartment was incredibly dirty by the way, so I spent one week cleaning it XD. I invited a friend who could cook for another week, because I practically have never cooked in my life and I was a bit lonely in this new city where I knew no one.
Then Fururin appeared out of nowhere to revive my year long project of translating a dragonlance russian musical. She did an incredible job at translating the entire play, so I passed all my few free times in correction and video editing.www.youtube.com/channel/UCAbh1…
Last week, I learned that my cousin who was studying for becoming a doctor, had also a contract of 4 years in Sherbrooke, so I helped her moving out... three streets from my own apartment. And I met my very first coloc (I think we're going to be around 6 persons in that apartment) who brought with a one year old kitty :3.
And... Oh yeah! I'm bald! I did the shaved head challenge of Leucan. And also a photoshoot yesterday.