I opened a second instagram account only for my drawings, sketches, illustrations and art in general, leaving the previous one only for travel photos. Feel free to check it out and follow me as @magorographics2 Advertisements
I share with you the 10 most liked photos of my instagram account. If you like them and would like to see more, make sure to follow me @magorographics 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1.
I just opened my Tumblr where I will be posting a lot of rough sketches I make both traditional and digital. http://magorographics.tumblr.com/
I did this to practice some pencil drawing. It is from a photo by an artist called Carina Milk, you can check the original here: http://ownroom.deviantart.com/art/Sisters-501842441 I recommend you to check out her whole gallery, it’s pretty good.
I just launched my Patreon page where you can support me if you like my work, from as little as $1 to as much as you want. You may think about it as buying the artist you like, a cup of coffee. Check it out and if you want to be a patron of the arts, … More Support me on Patreon.
For quite some time I have wanted to develop a project inspired in the precolombine cultures such as the Mayans, Aztecs and the plenty of others there existed, that’s why many of my drawings are influences by them. This is one sketch I made with some digital colors thinking about a ceremonial mask in the shape … More Ceremonial Owl Mask
Another digital painting practice on photoshop. I went straight to the painting of the shapes and colors without any previous lineart or sketching. The original image is a photo I took at an open air museum in Lviv, Ukraine. It took me about 2 hours, as it was only a practice sketch, it doesn’t have … More Wooden church
I painted this in photoshop as a quick practice and study. I began straight with color because I didn’t want to do again outline as I do with pencil drawings, the point is to speed up my process for studying. I hope you like it and feel free to comment if you want.
Drawing girls is always fun, so here I leave you with a few pencil sketches I’ve made of them, some from photos from the internet and some from friends.
I created this illustration for a contest project in Designcrowd. It wasn’t chosen but anyway I liked the result. To make it, I grabbed two reference pictures from google images, then modified the expressions and changed a few things, like removing the paw from the otter’s face, and I added their suits. It was all … More The otter and the fox