There’s some real wisdom in this comic, apparently by a young Norwegian artist that I (and I suspect you) have never heard of.
[Update: It apparently was first posted on her deviantART page and yes, she's from Norway.]
Thanks to Bill Amend, by way of Raina Telgemeier, for pointing to this gem today.
Um. Wow. Now I want to be an artist!
Thank you very, very much for sharing my comic on your blog! Your books have inspired my way of making comics greatly! I feel very honoured
Thanks for making me smite this morning! ^__^
Smite? Good heavens, Scott! WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?
Yes, meant to write “smile.” Sorry!
[could edit, but will leave that typo in for entertainment value]
That’s very awesome. Thanks for the encouragement!
Beautiful! It reminds me italian comic artist eriadan (http://www.eriadan.it)
Aww, I remember seeing this on DA a while back. It’s so heartwarming and inspiring <33
This is amazingly beautiful. I think the one thing that really resonates with me is the “consider other options” suggestion, I’m so sick of hearing things to that effect.
Thanks again for sharing another great comic & artist. I need to read this one to my children (and keep it in mind for myself too)
Thanks for sharing that… it was lovely.
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Cute comic, and well drawn. But it strikes me as kind of ironic that during the part of the strip where she worries that she won’t be able to “stand out,” she steps past the panel and draws a mural of DeviantArt cliches. It’s actually the least “outstanding” bit of visuals produced in the whole comic.
Oh my God that comic is just what I needed today. Thankyou for sharing that, it was beautiful.
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