Ive Been Drawing One Comic Every Day For 5 Years, And Here Are The Best Of Them (30 Pics)

Hi, my name is William. I am from the USA and live and teach in South Korea. I have been drawing one comic every day since October 2013.  I have been drawing since I was a kid and have always wanted to be a cartoonist. Greats like Bill Watterson (who made Calvin and Hobbes) have always inspired me to make art that was creative and meaningful. A lot of people ask me how I come up with my ideas. Sometimes, I get inspiration from my life experience or conversations with friends. Other times I have a sudden thought that I write down to use later. Typically, I just start drawing, and an idea naturally comes to me. Although I am …

26 Scary Comics By An American Artist That Are Oddly Fascinating

We would like to present a young American artist of 24 years, Hunter Scheiderer, from Los Angeles. He draws weird and scary 4-panel comics which are oddly quite mesmerizing to look at. The catch is, his short stories are completely absurd, true pearls of dark humor. With almost 100K followers on Instagram, Hunter manages to be unpredictable in his art defying common sense. There’s only one sure thing, the best place to appreciate his art is under a blanket. There’s no doubt that this artist has already found his very own style, and below are some of his works which we hope you will like! #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 …

What Happens Behind The Scenes Of Game Of Thrones (My 5 Comics)

I’m a comic-making lady from Montreal who makes silly strips every week! Feel free to join me on Instagram or Facebook! #1 1 reply View More Replies… #2 1 reply #4 0 reply Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

This Is How Superheroes Would Look If They Had Average American Bodies (12 Pics)

What do we expect from our favorite superheroes? Well, they should be brave, smart, skillful and strong, as well as having great morals and a desire to fight evil wherever it exists. Of course, they are usually blessed with good looks and perfect bodies too; these cosmetic enhancements are presumably just another characteristic of their ‘superness,’ something else that sets them apart from the average person. But are these physical exaggerations really necessary? Would you have as much respect for Superman’s ability to triumph over evil if he had the body of, say, Homer Simpson? Bulimia.com “When it comes to accurate depictions of the human body, comic book heroes are hardly realistic,” they wrote. “Whether they’re sprouting blades from their hands …