Pixie and Brutus’ artist has finally explained how Brutus became scarred.

Those pesky ninja pandas are at it again, slicing onions, and we swear we’re not sobbing. The most crucial comic in the Pixie And Brutus saga has been illustrated by Ben Hed, one of Instagram’s most well-known artists and the creator of the Pet Foolery Instagram account.

Ben has finally revealed the entire storey of how Brutus the dog acquired his scars while serving in the military, including all of the heartbreaking details. We won’t tell you anything, dear Readers; you’ll have to look for yourself. However, be prepared to go through a rollercoaster of emotions. Do you think you’ll need a pick-me-up after this? What about some lighthearted Pet Foolery comics? We’ve got you covered.

The latest comic, according to artist Ben, took him significantly longer to create than any previous comic he’s ever released on Instagram. This was owing to the amount of time and effort he spent into not only sketching the cartoon but also conducting research. The latest comic took artist Ben significantly longer to create than any other comic he’s ever released on Instagram, he told Bored Panda. This was because of the amount of effort he not just in the drawing of the cartoon, but also in the research.

“I’d say this was the most significant and serious comic in the Pixie and Brutus series, so I took my time with it to make sure I got it right,” Ben said of why he spent so much time on the comic.

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Pixie was eventually told how Brutus got his scars.

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Some readers were dissatisfied with the comic’s presentation, but artist Ben stated on Instagram that everything had been well studied and that he had gone over each criticism point by point

Pet Foolery is a genuine art whale on Instagram. Ben’s Instagram account has over 2.4 million followers and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon. So long as Ben continues to put so much thought and attention into his cute and emotionally powerful drawings, everything will be fine.                                                                                                                                                                                                          The illustrations of Pixie and Brutus had been somewhat changed, and he’d included a couple cartoons in which Pixie was a little older. But, before you worry about Pet Foolery’s comics altering too much, Ben told us that they’re still “the same ol’ Pixie and Brutus,” with a few minor tweaks. It’s never a terrible idea to make a few changes. They aid in the preservation of freshness.

 

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