My family was generally ok with me drawing and actually would push me to get into arts, though they thought me drawing comics and cartoons was a phase and I would go back to realism since that's what they wanted me to be drawing and what I was drawing before I 'upgraded' to comics and cartoons. They're still in general supportive, but they're still disappointed that I continued down this road and didn't do something more fine arts or portrait related, as they were ALWAYS unsubtle hints about how I should go back to that.
My writing I got absolutely no support for, and I love writing more than drawing. I would try to get my mom to read my books and she would refuse, constantly telling me to just stick to drawing because that's what I'm good at, even though she'd never read my writing to know if I was good at it, she just assumed that I couldn't do it because I could already draw. She'd even tell me stuff like "Leave writing to your sister, she's a good writer, you just stick to drawing."
It was honestly really demoralizing, and I felt bad being upset about it cause most parents of my friends that liked art didn't get support from their parents at all, but it also felt like I was being forced into art even under the misunderstanding of 'you just have to sell a few paintings for couple million dollars and then you can retire for life!!', even though I really didn't want to be an artist... I was just good at it for my age... I wanted to be a writer and liked writing better.