Artist Creates Emotional Comics About Life With A Dog And A Cat And They Have Taken The Internet By Storm (7 New Stories)

Published 10 months ago

Art has a profound ability to capture the essence of human emotions and experiences, and many artists have an incredible talent for portraying relatable stories. In this regard, one artist has captivated audiences with their heartwarming and emotional comics about life with a dog and a cat.

Ademar Vieira, a talented individual from Brazil, creates captivating illustrations that can be conveyed without any words. Remarkably, this artist possesses the ability to captivate and stir emotions through his illustrations alone and offer a glimpse into the unique bond and moments shared between humans and their beloved pets. Scroll below to see his new stories and if you wish to see more of his works, check out our previous posts here and here.

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#1 “Anyone who has a cat knows exactly what this is like”

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“The characters of the comic strips ‘Sam and Oscar (and Edgar the cat)’ came up with the strip ‘The Choice’. Its success encouraged me to do more and more until the universe of Sam and Oscar took shape and became a graphic novel. These pets are totally influenced by my animals. Oscar has personality traits from my three dogs: Boy, Zelda and Nina and Edgar is totally inspired by my cat Cat-Beast.”

The artist has previously told us that the idea for “The Choice” came from his personal experience. “During the quarantine, I realized that every time I was sad or anxious or having bad thoughts, my dogs would bring me back to the present and show me how it’s possible to stay cheerful, focusing on small things like a game or a nap or the simple and sincere love of a dog. It moved me every time I thought about it because in their purity they were totally oblivious to the pandemic and focused on the simplest things in life. When I came up with the idea to create that comic, it took me a while to draw it because I thought it was not one of the best ideas I had.”

#2 “The Hamburger”

“At night, Sam likes to order takeout to eat at home. The idea seems to be great, but there is a problem: Oscar and Edgar also like it.”

Image credits: ademar__vieira

The artist told Bored Panda that he has been creating his own comics since he was a child. However, he pursued a journalism degree and worked in that field for 13 years. In 2015, an opportunity arose for Ademar to migrate to audiovisual art as a screenwriter. It wasn’t until 2020 that the artist started uploading his strips on Instagram. According to Ademar, initially, he wanted to illustrate his feelings, but later, he realized that he had discovered “a fantastic way to communicate with people”.

#3 “Some days just don’t go the way we want. Sam woke up late, didn’t have time for coffee, took the shuttle and it was just the beginning…”

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Ademar told us that his illustrations weren’t always wordless. “At first I would put lines on the characters, but when I made a comic strip without words, people from other countries started sharing it, so I decided to always do it without words.”

#4 “They Know”

“There are moments in life when sadness takes over. Interestingly, in these moments, our pets know how we feel.”

Image credits: ademar__vieira

#5 “Edgar and Christmas”

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Saumya Ratan

Saumya is an explorer of all things beautiful, quirky, and heartwarming. With her knack for art, design, photography, fun trivia, and internet humor, she takes you on a journey through the lighter side of pop culture.

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