The investigative curiosity of Jaimes Sánchez in relation to the experimental eagerness of the moment, leads him to one of the most emblematic chapters of Venezuelan modern art, and especially of the national graphic arts. Together with Luisa Palacios, Alejandro Otero and Ángel Luque, they produce a set of graphics that reaffirm the autonomy in the artistic expression of the discipline, whose levels of skill and subtlety will become evident in the album Humilis herba by Jaimes Sánchez, Palacios y Otero , with texts by Aníbal Nazoa. Jaimes Sanchez considered engraving as a necessary experience for every painter, but he did not see it as a new path to be undertaken. It was rather a reconciliation with his job as a draftsman, which had virtually been captivated by his performance as painter: "In effect, drawing has been a pictorial obstacle for me. Regretfully, I had to mistreat him and threw him out the attic. If I had not done so I would not have been able to paint to my liking".