Monday, February 27, 2012

MY EARLIEST MEMORY

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  1. How old were you here? I really like the subtle gradient in this one. I don't remember noticing that in your other comics.

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    1. Some time between 2 and 4, I think.

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  2. I can't say this is my earliest memory but I definitely had a similar experience as a child at the cottage/camp one Summer!

    Excellent Work!

    ArrrOOooo!

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  3. I really love that first panel of the second page. The composition made me pause and examine it for a bit. Well done, sir.

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  4. People can really be assholes sometimes. (Although laughing in ancient times meant that "No need to worry fellow cavemen, there is no danger" as I heard, so... that also could explain it.)

    Now I wonder what is the earliest memories I can recall... I'm just reading Alice Miller's "The drama of the gifted child" about the illusions (specially about the parents) you carry into adulthood from your childhood that can ruin your life so I must look into my past around these days...

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  5. Amazing comics! As others have mentioned, the extremely emotionally raw and personal nature of the material creates material of depth. This being funneled into very deliberate pacing, and incredible life-like detail, creates works of art on here.

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  6. nice storytelling and compositions!

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  7. I love your comics so much. I've read them since about 2010, and having just entered a very lonely, isolated phase in my life, re-reading them all is very cathartic.

    Please don't stop making these.

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