System32 Comics is a series of funny computer comics that everyone who uses a computer on a daily basis will find relatable. And don’t worry even if you’re not that good with computers – you don’t have to be incredibly tech-savvy to have a great laugh!
The artist says all of his comics are based off his everyday experiences of using a computer. His obsession with them started when he was about fifteen. The artist had always wanted a gaming PC but his parents couldn’t afford it – so he decided to build one himself! “The gaming PC has played a massive role in my life. Not only have I used it for gaming, but got into digital editing as well,” says the artist. “It has taught me to edit videos, create animations and other digital art. This got me to a few first places winners in various film and art festivals and eventually lead me to create system32comics.”
Asking The Internet
Lose Some Weight
The artist says he’s a tech-savvy guy himself and loves to read about the latest technologies in tech magazines. “I wouldn’t call myself a professional coder, but I’ve coded in school as well,” says the author of the comics.
Before starting System32 Comics, the artist had a lot of drawing experience: “I recognized my art talents early on but as time went by I had been focusing on academia instead. It was only recently when I came back to drawing.”
Computer Is Not Responding
The artist created this comic series back in late October 2018 after carrying the idea for about a month. “Since I created the series, coming up with new ideas hasn’t become harder or easier. I mean, even though computer comics is a very niche topic, it’s very flexible as well,” described the author his creative process. “For example, you can always write a comic about the latest tech news, or a tech flop, or even glitches games. There’s always room for more ideas.”
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When not busy creating computer comics, the artist enjoys architecture and maths. Sometimes he even designs buildings, sketching them out on his iPad or even dedicates entire nights to solving complex math problems!
The Experience Of Debugging In One Picture
PC Insecurities [collab With Corsair]
I Can’t See
Recharging [collaboration With Prolificpencomics]
The Last Resort [collaboration With Raphcomic]
I’m An iMac?
Good Morning Computer