Wyatt & Blu is a webcomic about the cute and comical life of a colored-haired couple.
I started Wyatt & Blu because I was following a few webcomic artists before, and after a while, decided I wanted to make one myself.
And I used to write a lot for fun, so when I found out about webcomics, I figured this was a way to start again and do it regularly — so here I am. I write the comics, and partner with a wonderful illustrator to create the art.
The strips are largely inspired by my daily life, relationship with my fiancé and what’s generally happening in the world. The strips are light-hearted and have a mix of everyday humor, romance, and good vibes.
The goal of these comics is to make people laugh and to, generally, spread positive vibes. My hope is to inspire positivity with these comics. I think it’s the reason people enjoy these comics, and what continues to motivate me to make these strips!
I’ve put together a collection of 73 strips from the past year here.
Hope you enjoy!
I’m a graphic designer and illustrator. I started my comic blog Tall N Curly back in 2012 to tell my story as a tall and curly-haired girl. Do you remember my previous post about “25 Problems I Face When Being A Tall And Curly-Haired Girl” here on Bored Panda?
I wanted to create some space in my life for something creative that had nothing to do with my work. By doing so, I realized I was telling the story of so many other women. Women, who, just like me, want and need to be reminded that it’s OK, fun and even special to be different and to own who they are.
Since I started my blog, I’ve had the opportunity to talk with so many amazing women who shared their own stories with me. Whether they’re tall, short, skinny, curvy, their stories about living their life and not being able to fit any mold inspire me every day.
Thanks to them, I never lack inspiration… There’s always something new to tell!
#1 A Tall Girl’s Life: Annoying Short Dudes
#2 A Tall Girl’s Life: Watching A Movie With A Taller Girlfriend
#3 If I Could Speak My Mind
#4 A Tall Girl’s Life: Annoying Questions
#5 When My 6’3″ Cousin And I Are Together, Some People Feel Like It’s An Amazons Invasion
#6 A Tall Girl’s Life: Shopping For Clothes
#7 A Tall Girl’s Life: Looking Up Celebrities Height On The Internet
#8 How To Tall Girl
#9 A Tall Girl’s Life: Annoying Short Dudes
#10 A Tall Girl’s Life : Going Shopping With Your Short Bff
#11 A Tall Girl’s Life: On The Plane
#12 Not In The Dryer
#13 True Story…
#14 A Tall Girl’s Life: Taking A Shower At Some Friends’ Place
#15 A Tall Girl’s Life: My Cousin Mel And The Fridge
#16 A Tall Girl’s Life: True Story
#17 A Tall Girl’s Life: Christmas Gifts
#18 A Tall Girl’s Life: Cooking In Someone Else’s Kitchen
#19 A Tall Girl’s Life: I Could Never Be…
#20 A Tall Girl’s Life: I Could Never Be…
#21 At The Movies
#22 A Tall Girl’s Life: Short Menances
#23 Sounds Familiar Tallies?
#24 A Tall Girl’s Life: Spooning With A Shorter Boyfriend
#25 A Tall Girl’s Life: I Could Never Be…
#26 A Tall Girl’s Life: Mirrors
#27 Tall People Born In The ’70s And ’80s Will Get This
#28 A Tall Girl’s Life: Invisible
#29 A Tall Girl’s Life: Unleveled Sidewalks
#30 A Tall Girl’s Life: Fact #2
Life as a parent can be hectic, but mother of four Kayela Larson has found a creative outlet for the chaos. Larson creates charming illustrations that depict life as a mother and all the humorous craziness that comes with it.
The artist’s love of art and animation was born from classic Disney movies like the Little Mermaid and The Lion King and continued to be a passion throughout her life. After college, she started a family and had kids and time for art slowly crept away. Larson said that the flame reignited one night at the kitchen table after a particularly rough day, “I decided I needed to engage myself in something that made me feel the most like me,” she wrote.
A passion that was once calming and cathartic felt awkward and foreign to her, “Staring at my ugly attempt of a portrait, I decided that “artist” was one part of my identity that I wasn’t quite ready to give up yet. I guess that was the wake-up call I needed because I immediately got to work.”
As is evident in her work Larson regained her confidence and fine-tuned her style. She now uses life to fuel her art with hilarious comics. Scroll down below to check out her work!
#2 Tender Moments
#3 Sometimes I Think My Kids Just See Me As A Giant Pillow
#4 We Bought A Retractable Leash For The Dog A Few Weeks Ago, But We Haven’t Been Able To Try Out Yet Because Shortly After It Was Snatched By My 5 Year Old Who Uses It To Repel Down Our Stair Case
#5 At Least His Honesty Is Admirable
#6 They Keep Me Humble
#7 I Workout
#8 Always Take Advantage Of Life’s Teaching Moments
#9 Smooth Move…
#10 That Time My 6 Year Old Almost Helped Me With Chores Voluntarily
#12 Things I Find In My Shoes
#13 My 3 Year Old Gossips About Her Baby Brother Like Heâ€™s A Total Outcast In The Family
#14 I Think We’ve Figured Out Why He Is 16 Months Old And Still Hasn’t Learned To Stand On His Own Yet
#15 All I Want For Christmas This Year Is A Nap
#16 My 2 Year Old Has Hit That Fun Phase Where She Likes To Tattle On Everyone And Everything
#18 The Influence Of The Media
#19 Sleep Training Is Going To Be The Death Of Me
#20 Kids Are So Great For Your Self-Esteem
Philippa Rice is a multi-talented artist who creates simple but beautiful comics about the everyday joys of living with someone you love. The title of her comic book, Soppy, is unapologetically fitting!
Rice forgoes the usual stuff like hearts and roses, going instead for the everyday ways we share love with our significant others – be it our morning routines, a hug and a snuggle, or finishing the day in each others’ arms. If you love these pictures as much as we do, be sure to check out Puuung’s illustrations as well!