Added two new Jesse Lalochezia Gutierrez prints to my collection. They represent the ever fetching Tina from his exciting, indie-comic saga, "Tales of the Barrio".
The first of the Tina double feature is a portrait sketch. The 11" x 14" print captures the gamut of her facial beauty, with an expression that mesmerizes as soon as it catches one's eye. Gutierrez, as one can tell, is a master at fashioning a subtle but provocative expression. His Tina portrait is an excellent example of what he can achieve, making his character tangible...alive.
In addition to the Tina portrait, I procured a striking, rear-view print of the vixen. Her painted pose in this instance could easily pass for a sexy, slumbering damsel in a Bond film or U.N.C.L.E. episode (if nudity were prevalent), or perhaps even more so, a restful vixen in a Jess Franco or Hammer movie. The image also invokes the suggestive enticement of Paolo Serpieri, which pin-up connoisseurs will recognize and savor.
This particular cardstock print measures a 11" x 15", and as one can tell from the above image, enchants with both soothing and vibrant hues: indeed, a creation that one could gaze upon endlessly.
For prices and availability of these fine prints, feel free to contact Gutierrez at https://www.facebook.com/jesse.gutierrez.7186?fref=ts...or at his Bandido Studios Comics and Art page, https://www.facebook.com/Bandido-Studios-Comics-Art-530591547078097/?fref=ts.