Ah, romanticism meets reality! Very poignant. I live in an artist colony, but luckily I haven’t had to deal with issues like these. Despite that, I do know people who have.
As usual, very well done! I look forward to more.
You draw better everyday, this is so pretty. Love the last panel transition, with the ying/yang. That big black mass in the last panel just feels so right that you could finish the story there ( but please don’t! ).
“And now my life is like a ballad. But I don’t want to live in a ballad anymore.”
That is just a stunning observation. Cuts to my bone.
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