We swear we don’t cry-those darn ninja pandas are once again chopping onions. Perhaps the most significant comic in the Pixie And Brutus saga has been illustrated by Ben Hed, one of the best-known artists on Instagram and the founder of the Pet Foolery Instagram account.
The full story and the emotional specifics of how Brutus the dog got his scars while serving in the military were eventually exposed by Ben. Dear Readers, we’re not going to spoil it for you, so go ahead and look for yourself. But brace yourself to experience some epic emotions. Do you need some Pet Foolery comics that are funny and light to pick you up after this one?
Artist Ben told that it took much longer to make the newest comic than any other comic he has shared on Instagram so far. The explanation for this was the amount of work he put in: not just in drawing the cartoon, but also in the study. “This comic took longer, partly because of the length and detail, and partly because of the amount of research I put into it before drawing anything, than any other comic I posted to Instagram,” Ben said
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Some people were not pleased about how things were depicted in this comic, so on his Instagram, artist Ben explained that all was researched and point by point he went through all of the criticism.
Pet Foolery is Instagram’s true art whale. On the website, Ben’s account has over 2.4 million loyal followers and it doesn’t look like their numbers will ever stop rising. As long as Ben continues to pour so much attention and care into his lovely and emotionally strong drawings.
The artist Ben Hed explained how Brutus changed over time in one of his previous comics:
Fresh and interesting ideas about what to draw next and where to move the storey are one of the key challenges that recurring cartoon artists face. No exception is Ben. He was candid that coming up with new jokes and ideas is “getting harder and harder.” Luckily, so far, he seems to be doing well and we’re sure he’s going to face the test and come out on top every time.
Speaking of obstacles, the artist mentioned that whenever they feel like they’ve reached an artistic roadblock, other designers try to change it up by trying new things, designs, formats, and styles. It seems that being versatile and open to novelty helps.
The comic about the history of Brutus caused many fans of Pet Foolery to tear up: