RedDot comics. As described, her comics are not something you can share with everyone. She was always a fan of comics, starting with the funny pages in the newspaper, graduating to Gary Larson’s ” The Far Side” and then everyone in between from “Cyanide and Happiness” to “Looking for Group”. Earthwonders reached out to Kim to ask her more about her work.
“I started making my own comics in middle school, sharing what I made with friends but never with any regularity. Then in 2018 for my New Year’s Resolution I wanted to stay consistent with a hobby (I tend to dabble with all my interests but never stay focused). I decided on improving my drawing skills and post on social media to stay accountable. Thus The RedDot Comic was born, “ shared the artist.
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Kim’s sense of humor might not be relatable or funny to many people but, to those who love some spice with a twisted ending, these are the ones to look up to. And that’s what motivates the artist the most to keep on working, knowing that she’s able to make someone laugh with her work. To come up with comics like these, the artist tries to use the very minute she’s free to sit down and draw, since she works a 9 to 5 full time to support her family.
“For ideas, I feel I can be in a constant wave of creative hills and valleys. I will have a series of home runs and then a stint of comics that don’t seem to do as well. For me, it’s important to work through them because each strip teaches me something about my own writing and drawing style. As a side note for anyone looking to make comics, I think it’s incredibly helpful to have a mini-journal to jot down a seed of an idea that you can reflect on later,” shared Kim for Earthwonders.
Without further ado scroll down below to see some of her amazing work.