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Oscar Niemeyer is one of the most famous comic book artists in the world. A part of his work has been adapted into various other mediums, including movies, TV shows, and video games, but most people have never even seen Nie Meyer's original works.

In his early years, Nie Meyer was not really interested in drawing comic books and did not know what he wanted to do with his life. He actually thought that he would end up in a factory working in the same position for forty years and would have a job until he was in his fifties. The funny thing is, though, that his career as an illustrator did not really start until he was in his forties. That is when he decided to try his hand at comic books and what happened next is amazing.

If you want to see the original comic strips that inspired Nie Meyer to create what we now call the “Oscar Niemeyer” style, you can actually visit his official website right now. You will be able to find all kinds of drawings that he did in the early part of his career, as well as some of the most popular Nie Meyer stories.

For those of you who are not familiar with this style of comics, Nie Meyer is probably best known for creating a story called “The Red Violin.” It was later adapted into a film starring Al Pacino and Meryl Streep, and was adapted to the comic strip format in the nineteen seventies. The story revolves around two boys named Peter Jr. who are trying to get into a famous Academy Awards ceremony.

When it comes to the way Nie Meyer drew, I personally think that he does a very good job, because it really does look like it is meant to be read right from left to right (as in a comic book). There are also some very unique colors, but I am sure that you have already noticed by now that they are not always used.

The original art that was used as the inspiration for “The Red Violin,” “The Red Violin” and other Nie Meyer comics are available on Nie Meyer's official website. The site is packed full of other Nie Meyer illustrations, as well as other famous comic strips from the late sixties and seventies. Of course, there are also many Nie Meyer stories, and some of the most amazing art ever created. If you love the stories that Nie Meyer has created and want to check out some of his other comics, you will definitely find what you are looking for.

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