Digging Through Old Art #3: Really Old

Hey, folk!

Can you tell that I’m posting this from far away? You can’t? What’s wrong with you? I’m on a completely different COAST right now!

But seriously, I’m off visiting my brother right now, so I set this to update in advance, in case internet is iffy on the East Coast. I don’t know! It could be!

I finally am getting to see my brother, which is awesome, considering how cool of a brother I have. We didn’t used to get along, but then he moved out of the house and you’d be amazed at how big of a difference that made! Suddenly we started treating each other as people instead of ‘just my brother’ and ‘just my annoying little sister’. So if you’re still living at home and you don’t get along with your siblings, there’s hope! You might say “ugh! I can’t wait until they leave! I can’t stand them!” then when they really move out you’ll realize they understand you and your mutual past in a way no one does, not your parents, not your friends… no one. And you’ll realize that maybe they’re cool after all and maybe you have a ton in common.

So here’s a random selection of drawings from the past! A few of them have dates on them, the ones that don’t… Assume they’re really old, like me.

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2 Responses to Digging Through Old Art #3: Really Old

  1. Stig Hemmer says:

    The nicest thing about the internet is that we CAN’T see where people are posting from. Puts us all on an even foot. You say “”East Coast”. Is that the east coast of Greenland, Australia, Asia, Africa or some other place? I don’t know and I really don’t care. All I care about is that you are a great story teller and artist.

    I hear you about family suddenly becoming nicer when they get a little further away.

    Interesting set of drawings here, such as Gilahd with wings? That name seems familiar somehow…

    • Anat says:

      Thanks for the compliment! <3 I'm beyond delighted that you're enjoying the comic. The name Gilad is not uncommon in certain cultures, such as Hebrew and the old testament. I think it's a beautiful name. I understand it means 'forever joy'. 🙂

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