The internet seems to love creators who aren’t afraid to be honest and real in their content. Most of us experience similar hilarious struggles in our daily lives, so it’s fun to feel connected in that way to someone posting art about it. Those who are raising children may find Inna Sacali’s comics especially entertaining and entertaining.
“My baby inspires me every day for new comics. I take all the ideas from real life. They are honest because they actually reflect my emotions and feelings, or describe some funny situations that happened to me,” the artist told Bored Panda on our previous post about his work. Scroll down to see the latest additions to Inna’s collection of funny comics.
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Inna told us that “usually it takes 1 to 3 hours to finish a comic. It depends on how detailed the illustration is and how many shots are there.”
When asked whether she has any personal favorites, she named the “collection of tiredness” and “organs” ones because they reflect exactly what she felt during pregnancy.
“All the ideas for the comics are taken from my life. They just come to mind. I see something happen and my brain draws funny pictures of the situation,” says Inna about her creative process.
“Sometimes it’s like: I’m in my bed ready to fall asleep and the idea comes. If I have time I make a rough sketch. If not, just write the main idea on my phone. I usually draw when my son sleeps, so it’s not about drawing mood or inspiration, I have limited time and I draw as much as I can. I’m still looking for my own style. First I draw a sketch, then I draw a line, then I color it and add shadows and highlights.”