In funny and often NSFW comics, the artist depicts her life with her boyfriend.

After realising she wasn’t content with her office work, Esther González began sketching “webcomics” a year ago. The 31-year-old Spaniard, on the other hand, has been interested in sketching since he was a child.

I used to copy animals or any other drawing that intrigued me when I was a kid, especially anything related to Disney,” the artist told Bored Panda. Around the age of 11, I came across Calvin and Hobbes and began to take the comics more seriously. I was in the dentist’s waiting room when I first noticed these comics.There were a lot of them, which prompted me to walk outside. More enjoyable. I also have to admit that I was the one who tore all of these comics out of magazines. I’m sorry, but I still have them and enjoy them. ”

The artist continues to make comics because she enjoys using this medium to communicate stories and elicit reactions. “It was a [new] world of possibilities for me,” Esther remarked, citing her daily life, movies, cartoons, and other comics as sources of inspiration.

While many artists have gone digital, Esther is not one of them. I begin by sketching with a pencil on paper and then colouring with rotrings and markers. I then “scan” it after erasing the “pencil.” To repair any flaws and colour, I use a tablet and Photoshop.

The finest thing is to be able to share your thoughts and words with others and discover what makes them happy.

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While many artists have gone digital, Esther is not one of them. I begin by sketching with a pencil on paper and then colouring with rotrings and markers. I then “scan” it after erasing the “pencil.” To repair any flaws and colour, I use a tablet and Photoshop.

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