This comic book artist illustrates absurd and funny situations in the world of people and animals.

Belgium’s Dieter Bevers, or Kvatch as he is better known, is a cartoonist who can combine his amazing drawing skills with a wicked sense of humor to create a ton of super funny and sometimes downright stupid cartoons.

Kvatch cartoons have a large following on social media, and it’s no wonder why. They cover a wide range of topics, from humorous absurdities found in everyday life to comical animal shenanigans. They also perfectly illustrate the peculiar beauty of nature and delve into the exciting and unpredictable realm of science fiction.

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I think it would be wrong to try to copy someone else style. Because then it wouldn’t be MY style anymore, I’d just be a copycat, and I certainly wouldn’t want that to happen. Continue to develop in the direction of the style that I like. But it must be my voice. Speaking of voices, perhaps I listen too much to the inner voice within me that judges (and disapproves) everything I do. I have a lot of self-criticism. Maybe I shouldn’t think too much about it: just keep drawing and see where it goes.”



When it came to discussing the challenges of balancing his passion for drawing with financial stability the artist shared Ah that balance is not so great right now. I used to work as a freelance graphic designer, but the work was getting less and less. from my clients. My income dropped dramatically (and the money wasn’t that great to begin with), so I had to take action to try and save my financial situation. That is why I got an extra job as a warehouse worker. two works instead of one, which means that now I create fewer cartoons.

It’s unfortunate, but my second job is at a comic book distribution center, so my passion for comics is still there. At the moment, the balance between my creative work and my money-making work is unevenly divided. Now I have less time to draw, which frustrates me a little, but what can you do? I don’t let it get me down: the drive is still there, I’m just making time for my art. I draw in the evenings and on weekends. It is what it is there is no use complaining about it.
















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