Many of us appreciate the wonderful recollections of our formative years, which are a treasure trove of joy, innocence, and wonder. As a kind of visual storytelling, comics offer a unique and captivating way to capture and depict the amusing, adorable, and even painful moments of childhood. Many of us have fond memories of the amusing, adorable, and innocent things we did when we were younger. We carry our childhood memories with us throughout our lives, and they are treasured diamonds.
These enjoyable childhood events were masterfully recorded in three wholesome stories by Instagram user “Oh my Tiny Tin,” bringing to life the beauty and allure of our early years. She is a talented Filipino illustrator and animator who is most known for her Instagram handle @ohmytinytin. The endearing tales, vivid hues, and gorgeous characters in her artwork captivate viewers of all ages. Her work flawlessly conveys the unbridled imagination, innocent mischief, and unadulterated delight that we all experienced as children.
We experience joy, warmth, nostalgia, and great memories of our own carefree childhoods when we look at this artist’s work. She already has a big following with 390,000 Instagram followers. Her stories serve as a pleasant reminder of the simple yet significant moments that shape our fondest memories, and her illustrations serve as a monument to the ageless allure of childhood. Obtain a coffee and scroll down to the section below if you want to go back in time. I sincerely hope that everyone will find these examples of creativity to be enjoyable.
Credit: Oh my tiny tin
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#1. Did anyone else play similar games like this?
#2. To take out white hairs
When I was younger, my father used to beg me to pluck off his white hairs and pay me one peso for each one. He would joke that he was becoming bald when I got a little too aroused. Did anyone else have similar childhood experiences?
#3. Myth about smoke
For a while when I was a child, I thought the smoke that comes from the meat that people prepare was actually the animal’s spirit leaving the body. What bizarre notions did you hold as a child?