This 'Painting for Non-Majors' comic by Grant Snider shows off the intricacies of creating beautiful pieces.

From choosing one's medium to deciding what style to work with, this comical piece has got you covered. Though the comic could potentially be helpful, the aim of the illustration is to get laughs, clearly demonstrated by tiny details like the suggestion that a squirrel could make for a great paintbrush.

One of the standout parts of this comic comes at the end, where different types of paintings are displayed in their own section. Snider makes a point to stereotype the art world in a light-hearted way, and pays reference to some of the most famed pieces of art of all time.