Artist Creates Humorous Comics with Unexpected Twists (24 New Pics) Part 105/07/2022
If you need a break or want to lighten up your mood, we believe it’s fair to say that Humorous comics, with their strenuous visuals and focus on short plots and intriguing (sometimes outright ridiculous) characters, can be far more engaging than any other literary medium.
Humorous Comics with Unexpected Twists
For some, comics are a form of escape from their daily lives, and if the artwork is good, it’s just a decided to add fringe benefit of the humorous and unexpected jokes. Of course, there’s a lot more to say about how great and interacting comics are, but today we’d like to show you the latest and greatest comics by Mohamed El Mayati, also known as “VeryCereals.”
Mayati’s comics are quite funny and colorful, engaging, and most of the time end in a totally unexpected way with only a few short panels.
1. Figure it Out
2. Always Happy
During Interview To a Leading Website Artist was asked about His New Projects. He Replied :
“I’d like to try a different direction with my comics and contest myself with longer, more story-driven episodes featuring characters and a constructed world. So, in addition to this ongoing webcomic series, I’m working on a comic series called ‘Postboy Adventures,’ which is based on a postboy in a fantasy mediaeval setting. I intend to publish several comic strips, entrapped episodes that span several pages, and a large story divided into chapters as physical copies and on webcomic sites such as Webtoons and Tapas. There is no set release date, but I will keep you updated on the project via social media.”
3. Banana Peel
People also sought to determine if the artist had a fav comic, and we thought it would be only fair if he shared his thoughts with us!
“This is a difficult one. Some I really like, some I like a lot, and some I’m not too proud of. But there’s one comic strip I really like called ‘Ambush,’ for which I originally planned to create a series called ‘LVLUP,’ with this mute, weak but empathetic knight and his dog, who basically ‘LVLUP’ with each new comic strip in some way. I never worked on it because it was too difficult for me at the time. Maybe he’ll come back at some point.”
6. Hamburger Please
Artists went through various art phases before settling on a style they can call their own. It appears that VeryCereals is pretty settled in that area, but that doesn’t mean the creator wouldn’t like to try something new.
“I’d like to try oil painting someday. So far, the only painting I’ve done is digital, but I imagine that, like a pencil on paper, using real paint on a canvas feels far superior to a stylus to display tablet. In addition, I’ve considered creating a large mural in my room.”
Starting out in comics (or art in general) is difficult, so Interviewer asked the artist if he had any advice.
“Don’t be concerned; just keep working.” If there’s one thing I regret, it’s the countless hours I spent thinking about doing something but then didn’t. There were always these distractions that I allowed myself to take part in, whether it was video games or watching TV shows.
I think I was afraid of making mistakes, but that’s an essential part of the equation. So, just keep doing what you enjoy, don’t get distracted, and don’t feel worried about what you want to create right now. Also, read comics and watch artists to get ideas. Take some time off now and then, but not too frequently, and be realistic regarding your goals. “Get some exercise and eat some vegetables.”
When it comes to people’s reactions to his comics, here’s what the artist has to say: “I occasionally read a comic strip and think to myself, “Oh, how clever!” It’s strange how these little comics can catch you off guard. I want to surprise readers, to have that ‘Aha’ moment where you join the dots and suddenly understand what’s going on.”
12. Delivery Service
For some people, art is more than just a hobby; it is something that helps them cope with whatever life throws at them.
“Creating art has helped me to find focus and space for myself. I grew up in a large family, so having a blank sheet of paper where I could fully decide what it would become was a significant change of pace for my advancement as a teenager. It’s also a great way to unwind after a long day at work.”
16. That Farmers Strength
17. Original Work
18. Unlock Your Creativity
19. All Out
20. Not Halal
24. Where the Wind Blows
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