The Artist Create Relatable and Hilarious Comics About Women (30 NEW COMICS)

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When drawing comics, Meg Quinn uses her own experience as an inspiration and makes them very familiar. Most of these comics aren’t taken very seriously, but Meg sometimes touches on more serious topics (such as self-acceptance). I think the most inspirational part for me is the one that laughs, cries, screams, and sighs all at once, Northwest Pacific artists claim that her unique and colorful style was largely influenced by Brittney Lee, Emily Carroll, Brittney Lees, Reusch, and Hamlet Machines. With her bi-weekly posting, Quinn has gained more than 527k followers on Facebook. Currently, she makes a living as an independent artist, but Meg will one day become a storyboard artist in an animation studio.

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#2 This is SO true! I just got a haircut tonight and I’m PUMPED for my shower

#3 My dog hates car rides but loves the vet so whenever they bring her back to me she tried to run back inside

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When drawing comics, Meg Quinn uses her own experience as an inspiration and makes them very familiar. Most of these comics aren’t taken very seriously, but Meg sometimes touches on more serious topics (such as self-acceptance). I think the most inspirational part for me is the one that laughs, cries, screams, and sighs all at once, Northwest Pacific artists claim that her unique and colorful style was largely influenced by Brittney Lee, Emily Carroll, Brittney Lees, Reusch, and Hamlet Machines. With her bi-weekly posting, Quinn has gained more than 527k followers on Facebook. Currently, she makes a living as an independent artist, but Meg will one day become a storyboard artist in an animation studio.

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