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Thursday, February 02, 2023

Forgetful Heart

Part 4 of a series of plushy cartoon heart comics :)


[5-panel comic strip of a girl with a bun talking to her plushy cartoon heart, titled "Forgetful Heart." In panel 1, hands on her hips, she says to the heart, "Don't you remember what happened last time??" In panel 2, with heightened emotion, she says in all caps, "You practically left us for dead!" Innocently, heart says, "Did I?" Panel 3 is a close-up of the heart suggesting, "Maybe you should thank me..." In panel 4, the girl exclaims in exasperation, "FOR WHAT?!" In panel 5, heart responds matter-of-factly, "For making you stronger." The girl walks off and mutters, "I hate you." Comic by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.]

5-panel comic strip of a girl with a bun talking to her plushy cartoon heart, titled "Forgetful Heart." In panel 1, hands on her hips, she says to the heart, "Don't you remember what happened last time??" In panel 2, with heightened emotion, she says in all caps, "You practically left us for dead!" Innocently, heart says, "Did I?" Panel 3 is a close-up of the heart suggesting, "Maybe you should thank me..." In panel 4, the girl exclaims in exasperation, "FOR WHAT?!" In panel 5, heart responds matter-of-factly, "For making you stronger." The girl walks off and mutters, "I hate you." Comic by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.


Friday, January 27, 2023

Accidentally Wearing Your Heart On Your Sleeve

Part 3 of a series of plushy heart comics :)


[3-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun and a plushy red cartoon heart, tied to her arm by a string. Heading reads "Accidentally Wearing Your Heart On Your Sleeve." Panel 1 is a close-up of the girl, looking down at the string around her wrist. She says, "Oh no," with a concerned expression on her face. Panel 2 is a close-up of plushy heart, radiating unfettered joy. Panel 3 shows both in the same frame. The girl looks at the heart reproachfully and says, "Cut that out." Indifferently, the heart accuses her of being a "Killjoy." Original comic strip by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.]

3-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun and a plushy red cartoon heart, tied to her arm by a string. Heading reads "Accidentally Wearing Your Heart On Your Sleeve." Panel 1 is a close-up of the girl, looking down at the string around her wrist. She says, "Oh no," with a concerned expression on her face. Panel 2 is a close-up of plushy heart, radiating unfettered joy. Panel 3 shows both in the same frame. The girl looks at the heart reproachfully and says, "Cut that out." Indifferently, the heart accuses her of being a "Killjoy." Original comic strip by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.


Monday, January 23, 2023

Year of the Rabbit 2023

For anyone who needs more calm and quiet this season, over excitement and ruckus. Lunar New Year well wishes.


[2-panel illustration of a cartoon girl with bun, kneeling on the ground, looking at a floppy-eared rabbit. In panel 1, a string of fire crackers are going off: "Pop pop pow!" Text reads, "Year of the Rabbit!" in bold script. In panel 2, the girl sidles up next to the rabbit and covers its ears in the ruckus. Text reads, "Bring us peace and solace." Illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.]
2-panel illustration of a cartoon girl with bun, kneeling on the ground, looking at a floppy-eared rabbit. In panel 1, a string of fire crackers are going off: "Pop pop pow!" Text reads, "Year of the Rabbit!" in bold script. In panel 2, the girl sidles up next to the rabbit and covers its ears in the ruckus. Text reads, "Bring us peace and solace." Illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.


Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Trusting Your Heart

Part 2 of a short series of heart comics :)

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[4-panel borderless comic titled "Trusting Your Heart." In panel 1, a close-up of a plushy red heart with a tooth, saying "Just trust me." In panel 2, the heart is perched on a bathroom sink, addressing a cartoon girl with a bun in front of a mirror: "Trust yourself! Trust your feelings!" Panel 3 is another close-up of the heart, as it asks, "What could go wrong?" In panel 4, the heart looks up at the girl, while the girl looks at her reflection in the mirror.  The reflection in the mirror responds independently: "Literally - so many things." Comic strip by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.]

4-panel borderless comic about trusting your heart. In panel 1, a close-up of a plushy red heart with a tooth, saying "Just trust me." In panel 2, the heart is perched on a bathroom sink, addressing a cartoon girl with a bun in front of a mirror: "Trust yourself! Trust your feelings!" Panel 3 is another close-up of the heart, as it asks, "What could go wrong?" In panel 4, the heart looks up at the girl, while the girl looks at her reflection in the mirror.  The reflection in the mirror responds independently: "Literally - so many things." Comic strip by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.


Following Your Heart

First of a short series of heart comics :)

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[2-panel comic titled "Following Your Heart." In panel 1, a cartoon girl with a bun, chasing after a plushy red cartoon heart. She yells, "Wait! I wanna talk to you!" as the heart runs blithely away from her. In panel 2, she has tackled the heart to the ground and gives it a stern look. "Please don't do anything weird," she demands, holding the heart in her hands, as it sticks out its tongue and responds with a "nyeh" sound. Comic strip by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.] 

2-panel comic titled "Following Your Heart." In panel one, a cartoon girl with a bun, chasing after a plushy red cartoon heart. She yells, "Wait! I wanna talk to you!" as the heart runs blithely away from her. In panel 2, she has tackled the heart to the ground and gives it a stern look. "Please don't do anything weird," she demands, holding the heart in her hands, as it sticks out its tongue and responds with a "nyeh" sound. Comic strip by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.


Thursday, January 12, 2023

Makeup Monster

Some days, society is a sea monster ;)

Thanks for reading. Connie on Ko-fi

[2-panel comic strip of a cartoon girl in a bathrobe, reflecting on the cosmetics industry and her own self-worth. In panel 1, she's in a bathroom, head in a towel. Caption reads, "Me, hoping to meet someone who likes me without makeup..." In panel 2, a reptilian, mad-eyed, sea monster suddenly reaches out from inside the bathroom mirror and grasps at the girl with taloned claws and hisses, "DON'T TAKE AWAY MY...MAKEUP!!!" She screams in terror. Comic titled "Makeup Monster," by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.]

[2-panel comic strip of a cartoon girl in a bathrobe, reflecting on the cosmetics industry and her own self-worth. In panel 1, she's in a bathroom, head in a towel. Caption reads, "Me, hoping to meet someone who likes me without makeup..." In panel 2, a reptilian, mad-eyed, sea monster suddenly reaches out from inside the bathroom mirror and grasps at the girl with taloned claws and hisses, "DON'T TAKE AWAY MY...MAKEUP!!!" She screams in terror. Comic titled "Makeup Monster," by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.]


Sunday, January 08, 2023

Anything Is Possible (Creative Notes #34)

A comic from my old Tinyview series that is still relevant :)

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[6-panel comic about fresh starts. Panel 1: Cartoon girl with a bun running outdoors on a path shouts exuberantly, "New year! Fresh start!" Panel 2: She looks directly at the reader and says, "Anything is possible!" Panel 3: Running with more exertion, she goes on resolutely, "I'll get fit! I'll be more productive than ever!" Panel 4: She pauses for breath (huff huff pant), "But first --" Panel 5: "-- a nap." She's back indoors, laid out on a yoga mat. Panel 6: A beat before she sits up groggily and thinks, "Naps should count." Comic illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, from Creative Notes #34, 2022.]

6-panel comic about fresh starts. Panel 1: Cartoon girl with a bun running outdoors on a path shouts exuberantly, "New year! Fresh start!" Panel 2: She looks directly at the reader and says, "Anything is possible!" Panel 3: Running with more exertion, she goes on resolutely, "I'll get fit! I'll be more productive than ever!" Panel 4: She pauses for breath (huff huff pant), "But first --" Panel 5: "-- a nap." She's back indoors, laid out on a yoga mat. Panel 6: A beat before she sits up groggily and thinks, "Naps should count." Comic illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, from Creative Notes #34, 2022.


Thursday, January 05, 2023

Jar Of Stuff To Deal With Later

Happy new year! Definitely don't try any of this in real life :)


[3-panel comic of a cartoon girl with an elephant at the start of a new year, standing at the edge of a cliff and holding a large jar of folded paper. Panel 1: Girl, hugging jar, says, "I think I actually need two therapists...to process everything that happened last year." Panel 2: Close-up of girl, cradling the jar, with a thought bubble: "Or..." Panel 3: Girl says, "Oopsie daisy" and tosses the jar over the edge of the cliff. Heading reads: "Jar of stuff to deal with later." Comic illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.]

3-panel comic of a cartoon girl with an elephant at the start of a new year, standing at the edge of a cliff and holding a large jar of folded paper. Panel 1: Girl, hugging jar, says, "I think I actually need two therapists...to process everything that happened last year." Panel 2: Close-up of girl, cradling the jar, with a thought bubble: "Or..." Panel 3: Girl says, "Oopsie daisy" and tosses the jar over the edge of the cliff. Heading reads: "Jar of stuff to deal with later." Comic illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2023.


Thursday, December 29, 2022

Emotional Maturity: An End-of-Year Review

I know another year has passed, but I can't account for all the specifics. Maybe the full review can wait until next year :)

Grateful to you for reading my little cartoons. Connie on Ko-fi

[3-panel comic strip about reflecting on progress at end of a year. In panel 1, a cartoon girl with a bun sits at a desk, looking at an oversized cartoon heart character that is leaning against a stack of books. A clock on the wall reads 11 o'clock. In panel 2, the girl asks, "So what did we learn this year? Anything?" Panel 3 zooms in on the heart, looking weary. After a beat, it says, "Can this conversation wait 'til after New Years?" Comic titled "Emotional Maturity: An End-of-Year Review" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]
3-panel comic strip about reflecting on progress at end of a year. In panel 1, a cartoon girl with a bun sits at a desk, looking at an oversized cartoon heart character that is leaning against a stack of books. A clock on the wall reads 11 o'clock. In panel 2, the girl asks, "So what did we learn this year? Anything?" Panel 3 zooms in on the heart, looking weary. After a beat, it says, "Can this conversation wait 'til after new years?" Comic titled "Emotional Maturity: An End-of-Year Review" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.


Tuesday, December 20, 2022

Heart Trust Issues

We all got 'em ;)

Hope you are being extra generous with yourselves this season. Thanks for reading and encouraging me to keep writing and cartooning. Connie on Ko-fi

[3-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun talking to a cartoon heart character, drawn with facial features and legs. In panel 1, the heart is slumped against an interior wall, bandaged and a bit bruised. The girl tries to reassure the heart: "I know it hurts now, but - you'll be okay. Trust me." In panel 2, a silent beat, while the heart thinks this over. In panel 3, the heart looks up distrustfully and demands more information: "Define 'okay.'" Cartoon titled "Heart Trust Issues" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]
3-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun talking to a cartoon heart character, drawn with facial features and legs. In panel 1, the heart is slumped against an interior wall, bandaged and a bit bruised. The girl tries to reassure the heart: "I know it hurts now, but - you'll be okay. Trust me." In panel 2, a silent beat, while the heart thinks this over. In panel 3, the heart looks up distrustfully and demands more information: "Define 'okay.'" Cartoon titled "Heart Trust Issues" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.


Thursday, December 15, 2022

Ready For My Weekend (Redraw)

I redrew this comic today to declare my love of kombucha. Cheers!


[2-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a braid, looked harried and holding a gigantic, filled wine glass, almost as tall as she is. In panel 1, she says "I'm ready for my weekend now." In panel 2, an elephant enters the frame and notes, "You don't drink." She responds, deadpan: "It's kombucha." New version of an older 2021 illustration by the same artist in 2022. By Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, all rights reserved.]
2-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a braid, looked harried and holding a gigantic, filled wine glass, almost as tall as she is. In panel 1, she says "I'm ready for my weekend now." In panel 2, an elephant enters the frame and notes, "You don't drink." She responds, deadpan: "It's kombucha." New version of an older 2021 illustration by the same artist in 2022. By Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, all rights reserved.


Break Even Diet

It's a break even type of year. Emotional eating and dieting at the same time is basically how I was raised to live life. 

Thanks for reading the comics. Connie on Ko-fi

[2-panel comic strip about emotional eating and emotional dieting at the same time. In panel 1, a cartoon girl with a braid is doing leg raises on a yoga mat while eating a sandwich. An elephant looks on and asks, "Are you exercising...and eating your emotions at the same time?" In panel 2, she lifts her sandwich in the air like a dumbbell and says, "Yeah, my goal this year is just to break even." Elephant turns to walk away and responds, "Seems reasonable." Cartoon titled "Break Even Diet" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]

2-panel comic strip about emotional eating and emotional dieting at the same time. In panel 1, a cartoon girl with a braid is doing leg raises on a yoga mat while eating a sandwich. An elephant looks on and asks, "Are you exercising...and eating your emotions at the same time?" In panel 2, she lifts her sandwich in the air like a dumbbell and says, "Yeah, my goal this year is just to break even." Elephant turns to walk away and responds, "Seems reasonable." Cartoon titled "Break Even Diet" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.




Tuesday, December 13, 2022

Pro Introverting

Amateur food pics, but pro at introverting.

Thanks for continuing to read my comics. It helps with morale on the down days. Connie on Ko-fi

[4-panel borderless comic about contemporary introverting. Image 1: Cartoon girl with a bun holds a smart phone high over her head with conviction, while text reads, "Phone is never not on silent!" Image 2: She levitates the phone, both hands raised and text reads, "All notifications are disabled!" Image 3: Caption reads, "BEHOLD! The professional introvert!" as she flexes and says, "Shhh, quiet." The last panel zooms out and the girl is talking a photo of her lunch, as an elephant looks on and asks, "What do you even use your phone for?" She responds, "I like taking pictures of my food." Cartoon titled "Pro Introverting" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]

4-panel borderless comic about contemporary introverting. Image 1: Cartoon girl with a bun holds a smart phone high over her head with conviction, while text reads, "Phone is never not on silent!" Image 2: She levitates the phone, both hands raised and text reads, "All notifications are disabled!" Image 3: Caption reads, "BEHOLD! The professional introvert!" as she flexes and says, "Shhh, quiet." The last panel zooms out and the girl is talking a photo of her lunch, as an elephant looks on and asks, "What do you even use your phone for?" She responds, "I like taking pictures of my food." Cartoon titled "Pro Introverting" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.




Thursday, December 08, 2022

Things Dogs Can Say To Strangers, But People Can't

In this regard, dogs have us beat :)

Thanks for reading. Connie on Ko-fi

[4-panel comic strip about how dogs can express things that people can't. Panel 1: Cartoon girl with a bun walks by a bearded man on a crowded sidewalk and says, "Hi. Do you want to cuddle for a minute?" Panel 2: Girl sits next to a dude in a beanie looking down at his phone and says, "You seem cool, can I lick your face?" Panel 3: Girl politely sniffs a man on an escalator and notes, "Mm - I like your pheromones." Panel 4: Girl, desperate for some attention, barks into a crowd of people, "CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE PET ME?!" Cartoon titled "Things Dogs Can Say To Strangers, But People Can't." By Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]

4-panel comic strip about how dogs can express things that people can't. Panel 1: Cartoon girl with a bun walks by a bearded man on a crowded sidewalk and says, "Hi. Do you want to cuddle for a minute?" Panel 2: Girl sits next to a dude in a beanie looking down at his phone and says, "You seem cool, can I lick your face?" Panel 3: Girl politely sniffs a man on an escalator and notes, "Mm - I like your pheromones." Panel 4: Girl, desperate for some attention, barks into a crowd of people, "CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE PET ME?!" Cartoon titled "Things Dogs Can Say To Strangers, But People Can't." By Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.


Tuesday, December 06, 2022

Lonely and Happy

Note to self: You don't have to one or the other. 

Thanks for reading. Connie on Ko-fi

[Single-panel comic illustration of a cartoon girl with a bun in the woods. The scene is quiet and calm and the girl is drawing an elephant on the ground with a branch. Caption reads, "'Lonely' and 'happy' aren't mutually exclusive." Drawing by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]
Single-panel comic illustration of a cartoon girl with a bun in the woods. The scene is quiet and calm and the girl is drawing an elephant on the ground with a branch. Caption reads, "'Lonely' and 'happy' aren't mutually exclusive." Drawing by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.




Thursday, December 01, 2022

Life On Earth

It's okay to be sad sometimes. May you always feel loved.

Thanks so much for reading and following. I'm making slow and steady progress.


[2-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun, standing next to an elephant on a beach. In panel 1, they are looking off-shore with their backs facing the reader. Elephant asks, "What's wrong?" and the girl replies, "Nothing. Bit sad, but not in a bad way..." In panel 2, they turn toward each other and the girl finishes her thought: "Just in the normal, life-on-earth way." Heading reads, "Life On Earth." Comic illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]

2-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun, standing next to an elephant on a beach. In panel 1, they are looking off-shore with their backs facing the reader. Elephant asks, "What's wrong?" and the girl replies, "Nothing. Bit sad, but not in a bad way..." In panel 2, they turn toward each other and the girl finishes her thought: "Just in the normal, life-on-earth way." Heading reads, "Life On Earth." Comic illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.


Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Mental Hoarder

I'm working on being better :)

Hope everyone is staying happy and sane. Thanks for reading. Connie on Ko-fi

[2-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun, sitting in half lotus, meditating. In panel 1, her expression is neutral and undulating text reads, "Empty your mind of all unwanted thoughts and emotions." In panel 2, she retorts in all caps: "I CAN'T! ALL MY THOUGHTS ARE SACRED!" Comic strip titled "Mental Hoarder" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]

2-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun, sitting in half lotus, meditating. In panel 1, her expression is neutral and undulating text reads, "Empty your mind of all unwanted thoughts and emotions." In panel 2, she retorts in all caps: "I CAN'T! ALL MY THOUGHTS ARE SACRED!" Comic strip titled "Mental Hoarder" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.


Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Single Serving of Pie

We each get our own, right? :)

May you eat well, travel safe, and stay sane this week. Thanks for reading and following. 


[2-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun, rationalizing emotional eating during the holiday season. In panel 1, she says, "The holidays make me feel extra sensitive and emotional..." Panel 2 zooms out to show the girl talking to an elephant in her kitchen, with two enormous pies and cups of tea, and she continues, "-which is why we each get our own pie this year." Comic titled "Single Serving of Pie" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie 2022.]
2-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun, rationalizing emotional eating during the holiday season. In panel 1, she says, "The holidays make me feel extra sensitive and emotional..." Panel 2 zooms out to show the girl talking to an elephant in her kitchen, with two enormous pies and cups of tea, and she continues, "- which is why we each get our own pie this year." Comic titled "Single Serving of Pie" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie 2022.


Thursday, November 17, 2022

Warning: Writer at Work

My writing process is a crime scene ;) Friends who are participating in NaNoWriMo this year will understand.

Thanks for your patience! Connie on Ko-fi

[Single-panel comic illustration of a cartoon girl with a messy bun, tackling a writing deadline. Heading reads, "Warning: Writer at Work." In parentheses: "either that or a crime scene." The girl is standing in the middle of a room, with piles of papers and reference materials all over the floor, post-its affixed to the walls, bulletin boards, and a desk cluttered with a laptop, notebook, and mugs. She is in a state of dramatic, high-functioning, near-panic and exclaims loudly to no one, "NOBODY MOVE! Nobody breathe! Do not touch ANYTHING!!" Illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]

Single-panel comic illustration of a cartoon girl with a messy bun, tackling a writing deadline. Heading reads, "Warning: Writer at Work." In parentheses: "either that or a crime scene." The girl is standing in the middle of a room, with piles of papers and reference materials all over the floor, post-its affixed to the walls, bulletin boards, and a desk cluttered with a laptop, notebook, and mugs. She is in a state of dramatic, high-functioning, near-panic and exclaims loudly to no one, "NOBODY MOVE! Nobody breathe! Do not touch ANYTHING!!" Illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.


Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Even Lone Penguins

Cheers to all our chosen colonies :)

Thanks for reading. Connie on Ko-fi

[3-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun and a lone penguin sitting on solitary ice floes. Panel 1 shows the girl, sitting on ice, hugging her knees pensively. In panel 2, a penguin also floats along on a piece of ice. Caption reads, "When you feel like a lone penguin in the world and like nobody really understands you..." Continued on panel 3: "- but it's still a colony and you have more friends than you think." The frame zooms out in panel 3 to show the solitary penguin surrounded by other penguins on nearby ice floes. In a chorus of speech bubbles, they address the single penguin: "It's been ages!" "Have you put on blubber?" "We're gonna grab some fish -" "You should join us!" Comic illustration titled "Even Lone Penguins" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]
3-panel comic of a cartoon girl with a bun and a lone penguin sitting on solitary ice floes. Panel 1 shows the girl, sitting on ice, hugging her knees pensively. In panel 2, a penguin also floats along on a piece of ice. Caption reads, "When you feel like a lone penguin in the world and like nobody really understands you..." Continued on panel 3: "- but it's still a colony and you have more friends than you think." The frame zooms out in panel 3 to show the solitary penguin surrounded by other penguins on nearby ice floes. In a chorus of speech bubbles, they address the single penguin: "It's been ages!" "Have you put on blubber?" "We're gonna grab some fish -" "You should join us!" Comic illustration titled "Even Lone Penguins" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.


Friday, November 11, 2022

Seeking Order in Chaos

The way things are going, I feel we could all use a hug and some assurances in life. 

Happy weekend and thanks for reading. Connie on Ko-fi

[2-panel webcomic about not believing in astrology but still seeking order in chaos. Panel 1: Cartoon girl with a bun and her arms crossed, says dismissively, "I don't believe in astrology - load of hogwash." Panel 2: An arrow points at girl, arms still crossed, sneaking a side-eyed look at a laptop screen, with the caption "Also me: Casually checking today's planetary alignment." Cartoon illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]
2-panel webcomic about not believing in astrology but still seeking order in chaos. Panel 1: Cartoon girl with a bun and her arms crossed, says dismissively, "I don't believe in astrology - load of hogwash." Panel 2: An arrow points at girl, arms still crossed, sneaking a side-eyed look at a laptop screen, with the caption "Also me: Casually checking today's planetary alignment." Cartoon illustration by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.


Thursday, November 10, 2022

Other People's Opinions

I'd like to call a time-out on all unnecessary opinions. Just my opinion ;)

Thanks for reading. Connie on Ko-fi

[4-panel comic strip about experiencing information overload in an opinion-saturated modern world. In panel 1, a cartoon girl with a bun raises a hand to her temple in exhaustion. In panel 2, she cradles her head in her hands, covering her ears. Caption reads, "I am so tired -- of other people having opinions." In panel 3, she has popped her head off her shoulders and is holding it under her arm, saying "I just want a place to rest my head." In panel 4, she has placed her head on a pillow cushion on the floor, as her headless body walks off the frame. There's a beat and the caption reads, "Has life always been this strange?" Original cartoon titled "Other People's Opinions" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.]

4-panel comic strip about experiencing information overload in an opinion-saturated modern world. In panel 1, a cartoon girl with a bun raises a hand to her temple in exhaustion. In panel 2, she cradles her head in her hands, covering her ears. Caption reads, "I am so tired -- of other people having opinions." In panel 3, she has popped her head off her shoulders and is holding it under her arm, saying "I just want a place to rest my head." In panel 4, she has placed her head on a pillow cushion on the floor, as her headless body walks off the frame. There's a beat and the caption reads, "Has life always been this strange?" Original cartoon titled "Other People's Opinions" by Connie Sun, cartoonconnie, 2022.