Time for awkward moment time!
It's actually a series of events that led up to me realizing how awkward I was as a child. Growing up, I was so excited to always show people my drawings...trouble was, I drew pretty...raunchy drawings for a kid. Nothing as crazy as sex, but like sorta poorly draw pin-ups. Mostly women in these kinds of dresses:
Of course, as a 10-year old girl who's just happy to draw, all I'm thinking is "WOW, these dresses look cool and these ladies look awesome!!!"
So it's around 6th grade, and our sub teacher allowed us on the computer. So I'm just pulling up my drawings from my flashdrive. And at this point, I draw my characters first before drawing the clothes. One kid peeks over, and says, real loudly:
"Why is she naked?"
So I spend a good time explaining to the teacher, "No, I'm not drawing porn, this is just how I draw my characters"
That was awkward moment number one. The second one was when I was in 8th grade, and I started to actually draw NSFW images. I forgot to keep my work with me, and a kid found it, and another sub saw it...and I just got so red in the face.
And I just had flashbacks to all those moments I drew something real sexy as a kid, and actively showed it to people and in my mind, I go "oh my God, what was I thinking?"
So the lessons I learned from all this?
A -- Make sure my work is with me at ALL times.
B -- Never show my work to anyone other than close friends and (MAYBE) family.
Not ashamed of my work, especially my raunchy stuff, but the complete oblivion I had as a kid makes me cautious when people say "Oh, can I see what you're drawing?!"