The artist’s comics are full of funny twists and turns and random dark jokes, and his unexpected endings will keep you coming back again and again. In a recent interview with Bored Panda, Moe explained that art was not (and still is not) a big thing in his family and that it has only become a big part of his life in the last 10 years. every day, like this second-degree love. Usually, he painted the worst, ”said the artist. He even added that he had to go back to sixth grade because he had poor grades in art. Mo says he enjoys learning new skills and that the Internet has given him a wealth of information. I started learning some card tricks, I learned how to rotate the handle, solve Rubik’s cube and the like, in an amateur but satisfying degree. “So far, at some point, I really wanted to learn how to draw,” the artist explained. In particular, there was no other reason other than to master this skill. So like any kid who wanted to learn how to draw, I found anime tutorials on YouTube and continued.
#6 This is completely hilarious
#7 You know these guys and references?
#8 They’re called pawns in English
#9 Love the perspective on the third panel
#10 You need some balls to juggle
#11 The coolest kid in town!
#12 Honesty is cool, yo
#13 Self-fulfilling Prophecy
The artist explained that he loves simplicity when it comes to the style of his comics. I used to try to create ambitious illustrations, but I couldn’t finish any, and it was frustrating for me. When I started writing these comics two years ago, I wanted to take the pressure off myself and just have fun without worrying too much about art. Ironically, I feel like I’m better this way, says Moe.
#24 This thought occurred to me recently so thanks for drawing it out.