Loading Artist

Deep

April 3, 2011

A new comic so soon?! You are nearly as surprised as I am. A couple of my comics were submitted to Reddit a few days ago (luckily no hot-linking), which increased my page view count for March from 300 to over 12,000 in a couple days. That added a bit of pressure (as well as incentive) to create a new comic so quickly.

Show Comments (26)

  1. archsider says:

    art it is xDDDD

  2. CatLover2244 says:

    Thank you for making these comics!! There so funny!

  3. Leo N. says:

    Pleeeeease, what is the programme that you use for the comics??

    1. Gregor says:

      I use Photoshop with my Wacom Intuos 4 tablet

  4. R Jay says:

    It’s a sad penguin!

  5. zi zi says:

    haha that’s awesome!

  6. genericusr.EXE says:

    I say the crack represents the gaping hole in society and how everyone wants to “beat around the bush” of the problem instead of fixing it, indicated by the character framing the crack on the wall.

  7. Pseudo says:

    Its a doogg. >:|

  8. LeFragel says:

    Once my room mate pissed me off so much I punched a hole in the wall in my room. Once we were done arguing, we laughed at how stupid I was, and wondered what to do. Then my room mate had the bright idea of stuffing a TY Bear in the hole head first, so that the body hung out. We then put a frame over it to complete the joke.

    It stayed in my room like that for a year until we moved out. It was entitled ‘Temporary Solution’.

  9. K says:

    Reddit is where I found out about Loading Artist, and when I saw them on there
    I thought they were great. I found read the comic, Pet Rock and other amazing
    comics.BTW I luv this one. :D

  10. XoliverklozofXx says:

    hey i just found your website today thru one of my friends im not usualy into this kind of comidy but this is really funny

    keep up the great comics

    (p.s.) sorry for the bad spelling

  11. Lisa says:

    ‘Deep’ should say ‘Derp’. I’m not a fan of people who make structures out of trash and call it art XD

    1. Tati says:

      you must not like modern art lol

  12. Raikou says:

    I was showing my friend and she’s like “Oh cool! It’s a dog!” to which I respond with a O_o look saying “…Noooo. Clearly it’s a bunny.” “Uhhhm, no. It’s CLEARLY a dog” “What dog sits like that?” “What rabbit has no ears?” “LOOK AT THE CRACKS! Those are the ears!” “Suure.” “You know what? If anything it looks like a bird, vulture perhaps”
    So then we drag in another friend and ask what it looks like. He stares at the screen for like a minute, looks at both of us and snarkily replies “You’re kidding me right? It’s just a f*cking crack.”
    Problem solved.

    1. Fahmi says:

      i’m laughing at your comment :D

    2. impossiblyPossible says:

      …I thought it was a dog.

  13. lasalle1alpha says:

    if you tilt your head to the left, it looks like a jumping rabbit…

    with LIGHTNING POWERZ!!!

  14. gte225 says:

    Looks like a dog.

  15. Dr. Sakuya, PhD says:

    I like the magic sunglasses that randomly appear whenever convenient.

  16. thatguy says:

    F.A.M.E

  17. Lil'REDpunk says:

    -.- fuck modern art…

  18. Erin says:

    Brilliant. It appears to be a portrait a hunched over penguin, shivering in the cold. It is ironic because penguins thrive in the cold. This represents our society’s state of constant discomfort and dissatisfaction with the government, which permeates through all history of mankind.

    End liberal art analyzing mode. A+ for all your comics!

    1. Ivan G. says:

      Nice liberal art analyzation mode!

      However, no. It’s looks like a sad puppy. It’s only “deep” because it has a frame around it. Without a frame, it’s merely a crack on the wall.

      Now THAT is deep.

  19. Norbert the Sneaky says:

    woohoo 12000! You’re faamoouus

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