This comic book artist makes people laugh with one-panel jokes (20 comics)

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Apart from having a funny name that sounds like a pseudonym, Nate Fakes also creates comics with a distinct aesthetic. They frequently feature humans, animals, and even inanimate objects, and they mainly deal with humor, ludicrous situations, gags, and puns. His visuals and messages work well together, and his humor stand on their own.

If you want to chuckle at a joke or take a break from serious business, his comics are ideal. They’re both safe and amazing.

“Ever since I was given my first package of pens, I’ve been drawing.” And I’ve continued to do it with zeal as an adult.He also gives courses to people who want to learn to make comics, so don’t miss his website and social networks.

More info: Instagram | twitter.com | Facebook | nfakes.com

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I’ve been a cartoonist my whole life. Professionally, I started a little over 10 years ago. It’s tough but satisfying. If you work for an agency, you don’t choose your projects and stick to their standards when writing and drawing. It was a great experience, but I like to have freedom. So now I have the freedom to work alone, and it’s for the best. I miss hanging out with more people sometimes, but I prefer it.

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It takes a lot of work and dedication to become a cartoonist. They reject you frequently, and nearly nothing goes according to plan. You must persevere and continue to work on it. Many people quit up, and many people may not get to do exactly what they desire, yet the route you are on may lead you to something better. I’ve recently signed a deal to write a graphic novel, which I never imagined I’d do.

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