In every relationship, there comes a time where you get very comfortable with your partner and that’s the best place to be in. You can totally be yourself and enjoy the small moments with your partner when it’s the just two of you together. At times, words fail to describe this contentment but there are some talented illustrators who have managed to describe this the best through their webcomics. They show the real side of what couples actually do which makes them very relatable and brings a smile on your face.
Sarah’s Scribbles by Sarah Andersen is best known for her protagonist, Sara, who is portrayed as a real girl with messy hair and big black eyes. The webcomic focuses on adulthood and maturity in the millennial generation. Sarah draws inspiration from her experiences and the people around her. In fact, a lot of her comics borrow instances with her own boyfriend and most of them define what it’s like to be in a long-term relationship. Apart from relationships, the protagonist also deals with social anxiety, laziness and body image issues. She started Sarah’s Scribbles in sophomore year of her college and has become quite popular today. Initially, she began posting them on Tumblr, which gained some amount of attention and thereafter, she started using Instagram and Facebook, making her work even more popular.
Enzo is a Filipino-Canadian comic artist who started with Cheer Up, Emo Kid a decade ago. Described as a modern take on life, the webcomic series mostly talks about dating and relationships but occasionally has sex, drugs and web designs as the subject as well. The artist draws inspiration from his own experiences in life.
Enzo perfectly describes what it’s like to be in a long-term relationship from illustrating about the weird conversations couples have, to finding their partner’s silly habits endearing.
Catana Chetwynd takes moments from her everyday life with her boyfriend, John, to create a series of web comics, Catana Comics. Even though she describes her life through these illustrations, it feels like you have also been in the same situation. She had no intention of publishing her comics online but John took this step and brought her work to the public eye on Reddit in 2016. Ever since then, her comics have gone viral. These webcomic series are so cute that once you start reading them you just cannot stop!
Yehuda Adi Davir is a Tel Aviv-based illustrator and graphic designer. He rose to fame when his comics went viral on social media. They feature the daily adventures with his wife, Maya, who inspires him to create cute and funny relatable comics.
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Drawing 78/100 of the drawing a day for 100 days challenge. Last night I woke up in the middle of the night saying “owww you’re on my hair” and then @joeyrudman moves over and I pulled it to my side. In the morning he told me that when I said that he thought in his head “well, it’s taking up the whole bed” 🤣🤣🤣 —————————————— Anoche me desperté en medio de la noche diciendo "owww estas encima de mi pelo " y luego @joeyrudman se mueve y muevo mi cabello a mi lado. Por la mañana me dijo que cuando le dije eso el estaba pensando "bueno, está ocupando toda la cama" 🤣🤣🤣 ————————————— I’ve been getting messages of people telling me that they can translate my titles in their language better than google translate. Feel free to translate the titles anytime in your language for our community in the comments ! ❤️💕 thank you so much 🙏🏼✨ ————————————— tradotto in italiano nei commenti grazie @martasanset ———————————————————— Art prints and original paintings on the site link in bio🌼
Amanda Oleander is a fine artist from Los Angeles. She became internationally recognised after working as an in-house illustrator at E! Entertainment. Her artwork went viral when she started live streaming it on an app, Periscope. Apart from her professional work, she has a huge fan following on social media for her illustrations on love and relationships which are based on her own experiences. These illustrations show a couple’s life at home where they enjoy each others company in the most honest way. The beauty of her illustrations is that she communicates the message to her audience without using any speech bubbles.
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Drawing 76/100 of the drawing a day for 100 days challenge. This is when he/she finally lets you get that blackhead out! // The painting on the wall is a drawing of an original painting I made of @afashionnerd. If you want to see the process and us hanging out in my studio check out the livestream on periscope. Also, today I'll give you guys a tour of my at home art studio on my Instagram story! Thank you to all of you who share my art with the world, because of you I'm able to do what I love for a living❤️💕😭 — Happy Friday! Oh and one more thing! I'm shipping out your drawing orders from this week out today! 📬
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Drawing 55/100 of the drawing a day for 100 days challenge. When she/he takes up the whole bed. I think I figured out why one person in the relationship is always on the edge. It's because the other person is probably the colder one and keeps cuddling up for body heat. Then the other person gets too hot, keeps scooting over until he/she ends up on the edge. 😅
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