Well of everything I need to replace the worst personal loss was my Intuos4 pen. I have no idea what it's going to cost to replace because I don't know yet if Wacom carries either replacements or a compatible replacement. This means zero digital work for the foreseeable future and I am so sorry. I have at least one outstanding digital piece that will plainly have to wait until I can remedy this situation. I am operating on zero cash flow post move and I have at least $350 worth of items to replace. More if somehow the worst comes true and I have to buy a new tablet. In which case I may feel like jumping off a cliff.
The good news is that this will be a little more encouragement to make more traditional pieces, which for me are usually gouache, watercolor, mixed media with colored pencils, and oils. I have given away as many of my old paintings as people would take and with one or two exceptions I'm now ready to sand my canvases and paint over them. This is also a heads up that I am going to dominantly move towards selling my private pieces. It used to be that almost nothing in my galleries was for sale, but I'm going to move towards a sale model. I had a LOT to move regarding my studio and I've become less attached to the pieces while being more attached to the process.