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    New stuff

    Hello everyone:
    Here are some of my more recent works, I hope you enjoy them and let me know what you like and what you would improve. Greetings!

    You can also visit my blog to see some more pieces: www.sebastiangiacobino.blogspot.com

    (Ah! Sorry for my English, it´s not my native language)

    Hola a todos:
    Aquí posteo algunos de mis trabajos más recientes, espero que los disfruten, y que comenten lo que les gusta y lo que mejorarían. Saludos!

    También pueden visitar mi blog para ver algunas cosas más: www.sebastiangiacobino.blogspot.com

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    Halleluja! That is outrageous. I'd love to critique you, but would never presume to... Seriously - Its hard to criticise your work on these few samples and without knowing their actual purpose.
    I just think they are very imaginative, very versatile, highly atmospheric and wonderfully executed. Just perfect to me - thanks for showing these!

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    hmmm yes, some very nice work here. I like the way you incorporate different styles like art nouveau and the graphics. Works really well. Nice oil painting there too! Look forward to your future posts!

    check out my website:www.kbelshaw.com

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    yup very nice things in here

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    Hola! tus trabajos estan hermosos, muchas felicidades!

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    The first one is really good. I like!

    The figure on the second one I think needs simplification in values. It's a bit over-rendered. She looks "scratchy".

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    thanks to all of you!

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    Beautiful work - look forward to seeing more.

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    Good stuff.
    Love the Jeanne d'arc piece.

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    Your work is really good, keep it coming!

    What medium do you use in painter- oils? It looks fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelNoel View Post
    Your work is really good, keep it coming!

    What medium do you use in painter- oils? It looks fantastic.
    I m using the loaded palette knife and the Sargent brush. Thanks a lot!

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    Hey you got talent, its obvious but i wanted to mention it here sweet work!

    edit: B/W Your blog is marvelous!

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    the 4th one is cooool others are great too, keep at it.

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    Felicidades! me encanta la Juana de Arco, y la oruga del CHOW de esta semana es simplemente genial.

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    Dude you should post the wizard of OZ and Peter Pan illustrations
    that are in your blog, those are amazing!! que buen trabajo, gracias por subirlo!!

    Also your "1 x dia" blog is pretty dam awesome too!!
    you fellas ought to check it out:

    http://www.1xsemana.blogspot.com/

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    more works: Peter Pan

    Responding to the comment of Maxetormer (thanks for that) I post some pics of the book "Peter Pan" made for “Gato de Hojalata” editorial, Argentina. Pencils and Inks by me and the color by Sebastian Barreiro (check his blog: http://sebastianbarreiro.blogspot.com , is a great artist), and me.

    The illustration of the "wizard of Oz" was expose here in another post, but you can see it in my blog www.sebastiangiacobino.blogspot.com

    Thanks to all of you!!

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    great work! love your lines and color palettes

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    fucking bloody hell
    thats one hell of a leap in styles man, and you rocked it too
    awesome work.
    who was your inspiration for the peter pan stuff? was there a particular artist that inspired the look you went with?
    brilliant work man, solid stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDirtSyndicate View Post
    fucking bloody hell
    thats one hell of a leap in styles man, and you rocked it too
    awesome work.
    who was your inspiration for the peter pan stuff? was there a particular artist that inspired the look you went with?
    brilliant work man, solid stuff.
    The editors asked me to make a modern style with touches of art nouveau. I saw some illustrations of Arthur Rakham but does not appear at all to the final result. Thanks for your comment.
    (I hope you understand my english)

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    beautiful Peter Pan illustrations! Very well done.

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    love'em - thanks for posting these.

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    the peter pan illustrations are great!

    muy buen laburo! habia visto algunas de las pinturas del primer post en 1xsemana, pero debo decir que las ilustraciones de peter pan estan muy bien. mas alla de lo tecnico me gusta como trabajas la narracion.

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    These are very well done. I'm especially impressed with how you can handle so many styles with such ease. As for what you can improve, I'd like to see you push your values a bit more (although I prefer high contrast, so I'm a bit biased ).

    Thanks for posting.

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    LOVE your cartoons! and your personal stuff has style too =)

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    Beautiful work. Both the painterly stuff and the Peter Pan illustrations. I would love to read a book illustrated that way.

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    excellent work. love all of it.

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    Wow, love the Peter Pan stuff. The first pieces are definitely cool, but there is something about your line-work that is really dynamic. Of course, I am biased towards line-work, but I really think you have something there.

    I almost wouldn't have known it was the same artist, which is interesting. You seem to be able to switch between being a drawer and a painter quite well.

    I especially love the one where Cap'n Hook is standing over Peter Pan's bed while he sleeps.

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    Amazing work!!!
    Just beatifull!!
    I am proud to be Argentine, and keep finding this excellents Argentine artists arround!
    Greetings from cloudy Bs As.

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    2 more works.

    Hello!
    Here you have 2 more jobs, the first is a cover I made for an argentine magazine (which publication is not confirmed yet) and the second is the pencil of chow 143, which some wanted to see in large size. I hope you like it.

    Greetings and thanks for your coments!!

    I have my gallery in concept art:
    http://www.conceptart.org/?artist=Giacobino

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