Wow,what an imagination she has....and that tatoo drawing is excellent.Certainly worth more than sausage rolls.But most of us have trouble putting a price on our work.We always think we're not good enough to charge much,yet some people who have no talent, don't seem to care and ask huge prices. She's definately got talent,what she's doing digitally is very good,Divas story p 1 looks SO professional,and I loved 'I need you' and 'journey'. I don't know when she did 'pencil girl',its always good to see a basic drawing, but there you can see she can draw,and would be very good with life drawing classes,but she'd need a good teacher.I can see how she wouldn't fit in to French art schools. Her boring job at Tescos will only fuel her imagination. I would think when she's older she'll see for herself if she wants to go the professional route in illustration.Getting into animation would be great for her.
You've got a talented daughter who is not taking the 'normal' route in life,thank goodness for people like that, she's not worried about pensions and stuff and why should she be at 22. Things work out.Its so easy in France to get caught up in the functionaires mentality,get a safe job and stay there till you retire.Not much of a life and certainly not for an artist.I feel that you see her using the digital work as an escape from reality,why don't you see her as a fantasy artist who is working at Tescos to pay the bills.
You should be proud of her uniqeness and she's definately not 'scribbling',She's producing good work,its all a learning process and she can only improve.