I guess it's no secret that I've been trying to deal with depression, and somewhat unsuccessfully for that matter, considering that I've dug myself into a pit in life. I'm working hard to get out of it, if at least it's digging hand holds to help make future me's escape a little easier, but if anything it'll be a long time before I get out of it.
The reason I mention this is because it's probably one of the main reasons I've been doing art: it's been something to do, something to contribute to others' lives to make them a bit happier, a way to make myself feel like I'm contributing something. Sure, when depression brings me down, I move away from it, but I've kept returning to it time and time again because it's something I've wanted to do.
But now, I don't know... I would like to draw, but I have no desire to. It's not because I'm in a bad place: in fact, with me involving myself in D&D and all that, I've actually started to make more progress than usual. But I don't feel like I've been missing out on anything by not drawing. I don't feel any obligation to draw (even though I know you guys want nothing more than me to be mass producing art, and if I could, then I very much would be doing just that). If I need something to occupy my time, I gain more interest in building characters and worlds for tabletop games than drawing my existing characters. If I want to show someone some affection or attention, I just chat or play with them. The largest reasons I've been drawing have been taken up by stuff I've been enjoying more than pushing through the artistic process.
So I don't know what's going to happen with art. This could be a phase, and when I get burnt out I'll end up back to drawing. I could just drift away from art entirely. Or, if depression eases up on me, I may find myself with enough extra motivation to return to drawing alongside D&D. I just don't know, but if anything, this means you might not be seeing art from me for a good while.