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Media Type: Pencil and Ink
Art Type: Pinup
Status: Sold
Artists: Jaime Brocal Remohi pencils and inks

Check out this excellent illustration, created by Jaime Brocal Remohi, who's particular technique...Fine brush with chinese ink, is astounding. Brocal's artwork, rendered with brush, was so fine and sharp that people use to mistake it with pen. Produced in 1995, this great pinup shows a Conan like barbarian and his female, with their dead horse, under attack by giant worm headed creatures! Ink on cloth texturized art board. Actual drawn image area measures 14.3 by 19 inches, on 14.3 by 20.25 inch art board. Born in Valencia, southern Spain, Brocal began his comic career at the age of 20, working of various adventure comics including Leslie Chartiers' The Saint and an adaption of Jules Verne's From the Earth to the Moon. In 1960, at the age of 24, Brocal created the adventure series Katan and Ogan. Ten years later he would create the characters Kronan, Arcane and Ta-ar. He also worked on various hard cover books such as Gandhi, Lawrence of Arabia, The Jewish People and The History of Islam. He would later produce illustrations for Planeta de Agostini. He would also work for Japanese company Kodansha, drawing the series 'Kami no Ude', as well as stories with Leslie Charteris' 'The Saint' for the Swedish market and 'Tarzan' for the German publishers Ehapa. Due to his connections with Seleciones Illustrada, Brocal joined American company Warren Publishing, as one of the first Spanish artists to work in their magazines, premiering in Eerie 34 in July 1971. Brocal drew 16 stories for Warren from 1971 through 1974. While at Warren he drew multiple recurring characters including 'Targos' and 'The Mummy', one of the first continuing series published in Eerie. In 1991, together with Antonio Segura, he created the series El otro Necronomic├│n ("The Other Necronomicon") for the Spanish version of Creepy; it included seven short horror stories inspired by H. P. Lovecraft's world of creations. ALL art on our website (including this one) are able to be purchased with VERY fair time payments, and trades are always considered towards "ANY" art on our website! Just send us an email to mikeburkey@aol.com and we can try to work something out.

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