As some of you know, I lost most of the use of my right (scrivening) arm for about 6 weeks, and it's still not right yet. I'm slowly working on getting functionality back.
I'm doing a few scrolls because I can put them down after 45 minutes or so. I can't do many hands, but the one shown here, a cursive battarda, is one I can do with minimal pain. It's Lord Matthewe Baker's Lindquistringes, and I despaired of it right up to the final inking stage, when all of a sudden it passed the arm's length test.
I would be interested in any recovery tips any of you have. What hands do you find stress the hand and arm least? I'm tempted to think "anything I can do quickly." (If you want to Google, on top of my normal disability, I have thoracic outlet syndrome ((TL;DR--my shoulder is FUBAR, and it's taken it out on my arm)). I do stretches and arm and shoulder rolls, but can't do a lot, or it starts seizing. I have a hot water bottle (in shape of a moose) that I use when the shoulder starts to seize.
UNUS ERROR PRO DEO CETERI TITIVILLO!