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One Night in Basel is an independent comic book available in German and English.

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Fear is a 2-page collaboration with other art students from the Quanta Academy of Arts. The fanzine is about loneliness during the pandemic, and my story brings drama and humor to it. The comic was published online in Portuguese on many platforms in 2021.

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Radar is a story about the industrial automation world dedicated to engineering students, technicians, and technologists. I published it in 2020 in English, Portuguese, and German on Automação & Cartoons. It was my second comic using a traditional style with a watercolor technique. More than 2000 people have read it online.

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I made Connectivity in 2019 for a comics festival in Europe. The festival was canceled because of COVID-19, so this one never saw the light of day. However, I plan to work on it and publish it properly some day. This 4-page comic was the first where I used a traditional technique with watercolor.

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EVA is another work revolving around industrial automation. I took 24 pages to discuss the representation of women in STEM fields. I published it in 2019 in Portuguese on Automação & Cartoons, and more than 3000 people have seen it. I wrote it and did the penciling and inking, while my friend Diego Albuquerque infused it with the colors.

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The best flow meter in the world was my first comic, published in Portuguese on Automação & Cartoons and in English on Visaya Solutions. It’s 12 pages and focuses on industrial automation. Like with Eva, I handled story, pencils, and ink while Diego Albuquerque handled color. So far, more than 1000 people have read it in Portuguese.

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