sábado, 1 de noviembre de 2008

Fantasmas de la China

10 comentarios:

ERC_EDU dijo...

Nico... que buenos laburos!!! sos un grande!!!

Edu...

Tom Kidd dijo...

Lovely and intriguing work. Your art is a pleasure to see. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

javoc dijo...

Ta muy bueno lo que haces, parecen grabados (son_?). Ta buena tambien la revista que hacen viejo, es un placer encontrar tu blog. Saludos.

Sharack dijo...

Very nice stuff... Really enjoy the pen drawings!

sebastian barreiro dijo...

estan increibles estos laburos!!!!
Y mas vale que hagamos un cambiazo urgentemente!!
Estos ultimos me encantan, en serio, quiero dibujar asi!!!!
Abrazo pbt!

Marcelo Tomé dijo...

Nicolas
A partir de tu visita a mi blog tambien recorri el tuyo y realmente me gusta mucho principalmente estos últimos en blanco y negro, me parecen geniales, con mucho clima, me recuerda muchisimo, no se porque, a Guadalupe Posadas el grabador mexicano tiene algo de latino (no se si esta ovservacion te va, pero a mi me remite a este tipo de imagen medio magica y surealista) y a grabados antiguos. Me encanta.
Me tome el atrevimiento de hacer un link a tu blog. Espero seguir en contacto.
Abrazos
Marcelo

Daniel Paz dijo...

Qué lindos dibujos, Nicolás. Felcitaciones !!!!!!!!!!!!

pedro mancini dijo...

Nicolas, tus trabajos son increíbles.
Me gustaria saber algo sobre una revista que dicen por aca que publicas.
Tambien me gustaria saber si haces historietas.
Saludos

Diego dijo...

Hola, Nicolas! Muchas gracias por tus felicitaciones ( no subo nada de Convel porque el personaje es de Sergio)...Y yo a mi vez te felicito a vos! Excelentes ilustraciones!!
Diego

Anónimo dijo...

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