WIP III - Moving to the gouache part

WIP 2 - Decided to add some relevant elements of the story in pencil

WIP (detail) - first drawing using ballpoint pen. Working on an illustration of one of the Italo Calvino’s “Invisible Cities”, I’m planning to use gouache as well. Will keep updating more wips of this one

An IICCYM inspired drawing of Haim

Mechanical pencils and Faber Castell Polychromos on paper, 25x35cm, 2014.

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Sharing with you a preview of a poetry book I recently illustrated.
I’m very lucky to have worked with Isabella—the writer, she’s such a talented and kind-hearted girl. Her book consists of 16 poems, here you can see one of them and its concept illustration done by me.
If you love masterfully written poetry, then you should definitely read Isabella’s beautiful writings. Here you can learn more: http://www.nothingrhymeswithsilver.com/ Sharing with you a preview of a poetry book I recently illustrated.
I’m very lucky to have worked with Isabella—the writer, she’s such a talented and kind-hearted girl. Her book consists of 16 poems, here you can see one of them and its concept illustration done by me.
If you love masterfully written poetry, then you should definitely read Isabella’s beautiful writings. Here you can learn more: http://www.nothingrhymeswithsilver.com/

Sharing with you a preview of a poetry book I recently illustrated.

I’m very lucky to have worked with Isabella—the writer, she’s such a talented and kind-hearted girl. Her book consists of 16 poems, here you can see one of them and its concept illustration done by me.

If you love masterfully written poetry, then you should definitely read Isabella’s beautiful writings. Here you can learn more: http://www.nothingrhymeswithsilver.com/

Making custom handmade cards to send to those lovely people that buy my prints on my Etsy shop :))

Just to complete the coloured pencils series. 

Faber Castell Polychromos on paper, 35x40cm, 2014.

Behance // Instagram

Quick sketch of the little girl from “The Hunt”

Q

Anonymous asked:

normalmente, cual es el tamaño de lienzo en el que dibujas?

A

Últimamente me resulta cómoda la hoja en 35x25cm, es bastante cuadrada y no siento que tengo un montón de espacio que rellenar, jaja. Me quedo en 35x50cm cuando tengo más inspiración :)

I pray for Venezuela! #SOSvenezuela

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rad-weed asked:

Sos una genia! Hace cuanto dibujas?

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¡Gracias, Flor!

Ya a los 2 años me la pasaba coloreando los libritos para colorear que me compraban mi abuela y mi mamá con mis crayones Jovi (sacarles punta era lo más, jaja). Cuando entré al jardín, tres años antes de empezar la escuela, conocí a la que es ahora mi mejor amiga, que en ese momento dibujaba los animés que veíamos en la tele, como Sailor Moon. Aprendí de ella imitándola. 

Después dejé y retomé como a los 15, cuando me registré en DeviantArt y conocí a otros artistas que me encantaron, como Marlene Freimanis. Aprendí sola, de tutoriales que encontré en el sitio, a encontrar un estilo con el que me identificara. Me costó bastante igual, trataba siempre de practicar algo todos los días, incluso dibujaba en las clases. 

Creo que la clave es nunca conformarse con lo que hay, jajaja, tener a alguien a quien admirar y trabajar para conseguir estar a la altura de los que uno cree que son los mejores :)

Te mando un beso grande

Q

Anonymous asked:

Oh gosh, I just found your art thanks to the log-in-page and it's SO beautiful! I'm having butterflies in my stomach just by looking at it!

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haha, thank you!!

Colour practice inspired by the amazing Oriol Angrill Jordà. Faber Castell Polychromos on paper, 35x40cm.

Behance // Instagram

Frida. Mechanical pencils and coloured pencils on paper, 35x40cm. 2014. 
More here: Behance // Instagram Frida. Mechanical pencils and coloured pencils on paper, 35x40cm. 2014. 
More here: Behance // Instagram Frida. Mechanical pencils and coloured pencils on paper, 35x40cm. 2014. 
More here: Behance // Instagram

Frida. Mechanical pencils and coloured pencils on paper, 35x40cm. 2014. 

More here: Behance // Instagram

Another WIP shot. Keep working on the models+flowers series, this time I chose Frida

Here’s Marine Deleeuw: http://florenciamir.tumblr.com/post/73770047985/progress-so-far-i-still-got-a-lot-of-work-to-do