Artist Adds Dark Humor To His Comics That Look Innocent At First – Design You Trust

Artist Adds Dark Humor To His Comics That Look Innocent At First

Berkeley Mews’ creator calls it a dark humor comic series that exposes the seedy underbelly of everything wholesome and pure. Ben took some art classes in high school and at the nearby community college, where he learned life-drawing and basic anatomy.

“We were also taught to draw cars,” he said. “Cars are the bane of every cartoonist, so I’m glad that I was forced to draw them early.” Now, he’s using these skills to unleash his creative mind, and people think he’s doing a great job.

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