““Love isn’t something you say, it’s something you do.” Cartoon by Liz Climo: Character artist/storyboard revisionist on the Simpsons. Twitter and Instagram @elclimo Tumblr: https://t.co/UGFoF74x24 #cartoon #Simpsons #lizclimo #love”
The Pixie and Brutus comic series is so sincere, it manages to unite cat and dog lovers with every adorable drawing it releases. What began as a random animal friendship has evolved into so much more and now the fans of Pixie and Brutus can't get enough of it. And to satisfy their desire, they even started making their own fanart comics in between the releases of the originals. Some of them are really, really good as well. So good, you probably wouldn't raise any questions if you saw them on…
Artist Ben Hed, the mastermind behind the webcomic ‘Pet Foolery,’ has drawn some more amazing cartoons, detailing the (mis)adventures of Pixie the innocent kitten and Brutus the German Shepherd war veteran.
Do you sometimes get a craving for something really sweet and completely wholesome? I certainly do. Is there such a thing? There certainly is. And what's more wholesome than animals? Probably nothing. The animals are wholesome in and of themselves, but some artists can make them even more lovely.
Elizabeth (Liz) Climo, the talented illustrator who you might recognize from our previous posts here and here, is back with adorable Halloween-themed illustrations of her adorable animals. Her cute comics imagine the everyday problems and moments that animals might face if they interacted with each other the way we do.
We're used to seeing birds soaring across the sky, animals running in the fields, or swimming in the seas. We don't, however, know what is going on in their heads as they're doing all of these things. But artist Rajnik Patel does. Or at least he tries to imagine.