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Awesome, loving this, thanks!!
This is brilliant! Beautiful, honest work, Stephen. I’m sharing this with my friends for sure.
Very meta indeed, but more nastalgic. I’m definately feelin’ the love. I think this is how I feel about the bible, cause my mom was reading it to me before I could read, and I’ve been reading it ever since.
i like it. you wore the same clothes when you were a kid as you do now
So cute, and funny! XD
[...] creativity and on being a creator”, Stephen McCranie has posted a darling comic called “Early Days” about being a little boy inspired to draw comics by an older [...]
This just makes me happy
Fantastic advice! I have already been looking for something like this for a long time now. Thank you!
Thanks for your comments, especially since I know who that older boy was!
So sorry to hear about your G’pa tho. Praying for you and the whole fam.
Thanks Christi, I appreciate that!
Wow! I know the older boy too. You are a kind young man.
Thanks Mr. Gac! I’m appreciate it!
This is absolutely awesome. Keep up the great work!!
I just found your site, and your comics are absolutely wonderful.
Welcome! Thank you.
I used to draw comics in church too, when I was a kid Then I grew up and started listening to the sermons! Haha.
Love the colour theme of this blog, and of course the content
Loving the “skills” of the 6 year old Stephen…haha! Easy to relate now that I have a son who is the same age and was testing the speed of his new shoes today. I got to sit down with him the other day and help him with his ideas for a few short comics….priceless moment. (I promised not to share them though) Also, I use to draw during church growing up too…still do actually. I can easily see God the Father smiling and watching me at 29 with my “special skills” as I run in circles super fast!
[...] Comic essay on Stehpen’s early years drawing comics [...]
[...] with comic book author/illustrator Stephen McCraine. McCraine recounted making his first book at age sixish. He drew the pictures, and his mom filled in the speech bubbles — except for his name, [...]
love your story telling and style
Great stuff. Just stumbled onto your work today and I’ve been loving everything so far. This one in particular caught my attention because it reminds me of myself creating comics when I was younger.
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