The artist depicts the hardships of ordinary life as well as our inner problems in her 30 new comics.

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Traditional comics, which were formerly limited to newspapers or small booklets, have given way to a profusion of shapes and forms made by thousands of artists in their own distinct style. The newspaper cartoon has been replaced with a daily dose of a comedy viewed on social media. Instead of employing corny comedy or political criticism, most comic artists nowadays choose more down-to-earth and realistic topics like everyday life and emotional struggles.Lark, or Larkness (Estela Ribeiro Kuntz), the protagonist of today’s article, is a newer type of comic artist whose drawings are adored by many on the internet despite the fact that she has never been published in a newspaper.

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Larkness’ comics encapsulate the dread of everyday life, as well as its ups and downs and all of the in-between moments. Lark, the main character, doesn’t pretend to be in control of her life—her inner demons sometimes get the best of her; she wallows in self-pity, and there are plenty of opportunities for her to laugh at herself. This, however, isn’t a bad thing. Human flaws aren’t merely a part of her work; they’re what make it interesting, authentic, and relatable. That is why I adore and find them so endearing.

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“I was born and raised in a southern Brazilian city. Since I was a child, I’ve loved to draw and play with arts and crafts. I also enjoy reading comic books and have attempted to create my own characters and comics.

When I was 17, I went to art school and acquired a range of art languages. Painting, collage, and other types of art have been my principal activity because it has been a lifetime passion of mine.”

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Despite the fact that we are constantly presented with existential challenges, the worst feature of our daily life is frequently the self-loathing and lack of self-love that results from them. But don’t be too hard on yourself if you’re not happy with how you’re doing or if you don’t want to do anything. Is it possible that today isn’t your fortunate day? Simply take a nap and try again the next day! Do you have a problem with how you spend your time? It could make you feel better to realise that you don’t have to enjoy what you’re doing all of the time. There’s no need to be concerned about procrastination because it’s a natural defence mechanism for our brain against exhaustion and stress.

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