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Artist Creates Fun Comics That Illustrate Familiar Life Situations

People of all ages enjoy fun comics, which are a terrific way to pass the time. The secret to their success is their capacity to help people relate to their material, as cartoons frequently depict real-life situations that have occurred to many people. Human nature is fully exposed on social media in the age of the internet, making it easier for artists to detect common trends in human behaviour and translate them into drawings.

Jauneil Arvin Ma-ao, popularly known as the East’s Idiot, is a Filipino cartoonist that makes a variety of amusing and relatable drawings. He turns everyday occurrences into hilarious illustrations that thrill his over 15,000 Instagram followers. We’re delighted to show you his work, pandas. Hopefully, you’ll find these comics to be exactly what you’re looking for right now. Let us know what you think in the comments!

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The legend of the “Easter Idiot” dates back only a few years. Jauneil had intended to finish his engineering studies, find work, and save money so that he could pursue his genuine passion of creating webcomics. Life, however, took an unexpected turn when the pandemic struck. Jauneil’s classes were cancelled in his fourth year of college, leaving him with a lot of spare time. The artist purchased a drawing tablet, created some drawings, and placed them on the internet, where they were well received, and thus his career as a webcomic artist began. We should probably thank the pandemic for allowing us to enjoy Jauneil’s comics now.

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A four-panel comic takes Jauneil between 5 and 6 hours of labour to complete. It is dependent on the number of characters in a comic. He can take an hour and a half to sketch a single character.

As far as the artist’s style is concerned, he would describe it as follows: “”I suppose the longer I’ve been doing comics, the more it goes in that way,” says the artist. I just tried to imitate prominent anime elements before settling on a style that I felt most at ease with.” Jauneil draws influence from memes, anime, famous movies, and TV shows, which is evident in his artwork.

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