This strangely makes me happy.
Not because adam is sad (maybe?)
But because you can sense a massive increase in quality just from this comic alone. No copy pasted faces, and pretty nicely done backgrounds.
Thank god he left Buzzfeed. His art is not bad but i feel like he was put under constant pressure to shit out as many comics as he could and that's why it all looks so bland. I hope he improves in the future
This is actually really well drawn tbh
I’m actually a little proud of Adam.
Buzzfeed is a huge organization, the temptation to stay and keep his cushy job must’ve been unreal.
I will watch Adam’s new career with great interest (Adam we all know you visit this sub, so keep going for us!)
From his Instagram:
>Some personal news: after 4+ years with BuzzFeed, I made the difficult decision last week to leave the company. It wasn't an easy choice to make, but it became difficult to juggle my side projects with my daily work life, and so I'm taking the plunge and going solo. None of this would be possible without all of you reading my comics these last several years, and I'm so grateful for your support. I'm really excited about what's to come (and super nervous!) but I can't wait to share my future projects with you! If you'd like to support my future endeavors, you can contribute to my Patreon (and get cool rewards every month for as little as $1!). Either head to patreon.com/adamtots or tap the saved story in my profile and follow the link there. There's already exclusive comics to read!
Honestly I know we all love to hate him but I've seen so many of this man's comics that I've become invested in his life.
I hope things go well for him <3
Dude might have just found a niche I'd be interested in. Stories about short psychological/philosophical rambles, internal discourse, decision making processes, life changing events, or general day to day experiences of a simple protagonist going through common human experiences. Each presented in a 4-panel comic.
Did newspapers have ongoing plots? I don't remember if they did.
I actually really like this one a lot. It captures the mood of like, finally ending something you've been doing for a long time really well.
Adam's always been strangled by the BuzzFeed Relatability Engine, so hopefully his admittedly pretty good sense of humor and variably OK art style will resurface now. Godspeed, lipp master.
>quitting buzzfeed AND improving his comics a decent amount
can I like him now
My favorite artist quit his job at buzzfeed recently. I was pretty bummed out about it. But the artist that quit buzzfeed’s art quality increased more than I’m sad to lose those comics! The total quality in his comics increased, so whatever.