Estudio en amarillo


Acrylic paint on canvas
Unique piece
65 x 65 cm

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Zeptiror (Raúl Castellanos), San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa, Spain, 1980

He defines himself as a freak cartoonist. Although he was born in San Sebastian, he has been living in Madrid for years, where he was trained as a computer programmer, but he abandoned those studies to work as a drawing professional to unleash his natural talent. Start by doing design work with characters and coloring funds for various producers, such as Zinkia or Imira Entertaitment among others.

He has collaborated as an illustrator for different projects on multiple platforms. He has designed and drawn some board games for Edge, such as Rock Band Manager or one of the versions of the game Fluxx. He has also participated in the creation of some video games for several years for Bitoon Games and some independent production companies. He is currently producing a series of limited-edition figures with 6ForestToys with his own designs, thus joining his love for toys and drawing.

Although he continues to collaborate with different companies, he has spent the last few years producing his own graphic material in which he explores different media, such as painting on canvas or wood, or muralism and collage, and has managed to find a specific and identifying visual language that adapts to multiple supports.

As a result of this artistic development he has participated in group exhibitions in Area3, Ephimera, Aktivität and Dynamite Gallery, having his first individual exhibition in February of 2020, at La Fiambrera Art Gallery.

Always present in his work, of great color and dynamism, his fondness for science fiction, tokusatsu, apocalyptic worlds, comics, graffiti, reptiles and insects, Mythology, folklore and anything that has to do with robots and giant monsters that destroy cities and planets.



El color amarillo es un color muy castigado, poco valorado y a mi siempre me ha gustado mucho. Mi Power Ranger favorito es el amarillo, mi tortuga ninja preferida Michelangello, y en el juego de cartas “Ninjas LCG” siempre jugaba con el equipo amarillo, su especialidad era el combate en equipo. Quería pintar una composición basada fuertemente en este color, los elementos que aparecen son bastante aleatorios y no tienen demasiado significado, lo importante es el color.