Comic addressed to teens has been a constant in Trini's career, and it occupies the greatest volume of her work. Hundreds of published original pages bear witness to it, and new ones are continuously added... They are stories about friendship, love, companionship, envy, studies, hobbies and generational conflicts - all those subjects which (female) young people across different countries usually have in common. As shown by the selection below these lines, the teenagers' stories drawn by Trini have appeared in various countries such as Germany, Holland, England, Scotland and, of course, Spain.

For her work in Spanish magazines, Trini has been called "one of the pillars of the female comic in the 60ies and 70ies". About her drawings it has been said that "her girls seem to just pop out of the 'ye-ye' magazines of that period, and from them emanates a mixture of daring and naïvety that makes them absolutely modern" (web of the XXVII International Comic Exhibition of the Principality of Asturias, Gijón, 6-11 October 2003)
 

News! "Emma es Encantadora" (Emma is Enchanting) is being reedited in Spain... click here for more details

Trini's nib

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Minor works prior to "Emma" (60ies and 70ies)

Inside "Sissi"

Inside "Sissi"

Inside "Nella"

Inside "Nella"

Inside "Nella"

Inside cover "Wendy"

Non-identified original page

     


Don't miss the covers in colour
and the old children's drawings...
 

Trini's nib
 

Emma es Encantadora [Emma is Enchanting] (Magazine LILY, Spain, 80ies)
News! "Emma es Encantadora" (Emma is Enchanting) is being reedited in Spain... click here for more details

Inside "Emma"

 

Inside "Emma"

 

Inside "Emma"

 

Inside cover "Emma"

 

Illustration inside "Emma"

Cover "Lily"

 

Cover "Lily"

 

Original "Emma"

 

Original "Emma"

 

Original "Emma"

 

Original "Emma" (first episode)

Publication "Emma" (first episode)

Publication "Emma" (first episode; the 300 year jump)

   


Don't miss the covers in colour of Emma...


Trini's pencil (belonged to Santiago H.)
 

Biggi (Germany, 80ies)

Inside "Biggi" (first episode)

 

Inside "Biggi"

 

Inside "Biggi"

 

Heading "Biggi"

 

Inside "Biggi"

 

Heading "Biggi"

       

Don't miss the covers in colour of Biggi...
 

Trini's nib
 

Micky, Roos, etc. (Magazine TINA, Holland, 90ies and 00ies)

Inside "Micky"

Inside "Micky" (double)

Inside "Micky" (detail)

Inside "Micky" (detail)

Vignette "Micky"

Short story (detail)

Serial "My friend Yolanda" (detail)

Serial "My friend Yolanda" (detail)

Short story (detail)

Short story (detail)

Secondary character "Roos"

 

Short story (detail)

Short story (detail)

Cover "TINA"

 

Inside "Roos"

 

Inside "Micky" (detail)

Inside "Micky" (detail)

Short story (detail)

Short story (detail)

 

 

Trini's nib
 

Siska (Magazine TINA, Holland, 90ies and 00ies)

Story "Siska"

 

Story "Siska"

 

Story "Siska"

 

Story "Siska" (detail)

 

Original "Siska"

 

Original "Siska"

Original "Siska"