Hello! Welcome to System32Comics, a comic series that is based on computer humor. Don't worry, you don't need a master degree in computer science to understand my comics, all of my comics are based off everyday experiences of using a computer. If you are interested, here you can find my previous post!
Without further ado, here is the collection of my latest comics. I hope you enjoy!
I became obsessed with computers when I was about 15. I had always wanted to own a gaming PC but my parents couldn't afford one. So, in an attempt to save money, I decided to try and build one myself and started researching the parts that I needed. The gaming PC has played a massive role in my life. Not only have I used it for gaming, but got into digital editing as well. It has taught me to edit videos, create animations and other digital art. This got me to a few first places winners in various film and art festivals and eventually lead me to create system32comics.
I'm a tech-savvy guy, I have always loved to read about new technology, browsing through the latest tech magazines. I wouldn't call myself a professional coder, but I've coded in school as well.
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Also, I have had a lot of drawing experience before I started system32comics. I recognized my art talents early on but as time went by I had been focusing on academia instead. It was only recently when I came back to drawing.
I created system32comics in late October, 2018, after carrying the idea for about a month. Since I created the series, coming up with new ideas hasn't become harder or easier. I mean, even though computer comics is a very niche topic, it's very flexible as well. For example, you can always write a comic about the latest tech news, or a tech flop, or even glitches games. There's always room for more ideas.
My other hobbies are architecture and maths. Occasionally I will design a building, sketching it out on my iPad or put my heart and soul into a math problem, dedicating entire nights to it.