Angry Pear

comics about pears – updated twice a week

Looking Back: Summer

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The heat and humidity in my non-air-conditioned apartment has seriously hampered my ability to draw pears lately. Also, I’ve been spending most of my free time at the public pool. So, I am posting a some of my favorite drawings / comics about Summer from previous years. Some are single panel and others are longer, so click on the links to see the full posts! Enjoy!

Too Hot!

Summer Shopping

Swim Pear

Wool Couch in the Summer

Summer Cocktail

Summer Style

Public Pool

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Author: angriestpear

Poet, Knitter, Illustrator of Pears

16 thoughts on “Looking Back: Summer

  1. Oh boy, I don’t know how you survive without AC!

  2. I see Pear rocking that red bikini!

    I live in the tropics so I totally get what you mean re: heat and humidity. I tend to stay in my room with the AC on max, but I do get cranky when I have to be out and about running errands!

  3. I love Swim Pear and her teeny goggles.

    I’m in Britain and it’s cold and wet, yes, cold even for Britain. I would relish a little heat.

  4. Love these! So fun to look back. Hope you’re able to keep cool over the weekend!

  5. These are some of my past favorites.

  6. I’m with you. I always find my posts go down in the summer because it’s too hot to sit with a hot laptop and drawing pad in my lap. In the winter though, it’s like my own little personal heater!

  7. I feel a kindred spirit with Angry Pear.

  8. Pear in a bikini – I just love it!

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