87 Hilarious Comics That Perfectly Describe The Life Of An Artist
All artists have a lot in common. Whether you're a comic artist or a painter - you still experience similar situations like lack of inspiration or constantly being asked "Will you draw me?"
To celebrate all the artists out there, Bored Panda has put together a list of hilarious comics that only artists will understand. Keep on scrolling to see what we're talking about and don't forget to vote for your favorites!
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This is great depiction of the evolution of art. You started with the evolution from about 1850 and on, would have loved you to go back even further.
5) wearing a beret and never shutting up about wine 6) talking about how you've never had boyfriends, only lovers
The landscape gallery will be expanding and reopening as the panorama gallery.
That's disappointing if a lot of people really had that experience. I took an art course in college, and it was very helpful (and our model had a nice body, and she was actually attending art school on a different campus so she walked around during breaks to look at our work and give suggestions), I learned a lot and more importantly improved exponentially.
Really, though, my sketchbook is full of eraser marks
I hate how hard it is to develop a style. Mine right now looks like a two-year-old having a seizure
Shading with hallucinogenic lines is thing i want to try now :)
It's even worse when you have 30+ layers in your Photoshop file...
The second one is how I respond and I'm not even an artist.
I have stuck my brushes in my coffee more times than I care to admit.
You've managed to capture my artist life perfectly. I hate when my friends go, "Why do they only have one eye?" Because anime eyes are hard to draw and I'm a perfectionist.
Does that mean he thinks you're better then him as well?
That's completely true. However, it can be put on the fridge door!
This is followed by a 3 phases: #1) Uncontrollable breathing #2) Impatiently waiting and looking at the screen for 10 minutes, hoping it will be just fine #3) Accepting your fate #4BONUS) You will think about this mistake for the rest of the week
While drawing, I will hold it in my hand, making gestures on my tablet. When I'm not drawing though, I'll put it in its stand.
Well, you can still say you have drawn a bunch of study lines :D You might have erased them and not having evidence to show, but you've done it anyway!
Doing CTRL + Z is probably the most common. So is CTRL + Y, but we all know we can't get back that perfect line, once it's erased.
Last one. So lovely. So pure. *gets crayon* ~scribble~ BETTER
Very true. I always imagined something from a RP (roleplay) and I've planned to draw it out but it comes out childish