If you’re an unknown Mtg blog
REBLOG If you’re not widely known in the fandom! Let’s spread the word!
I’m looking through the notes on this and finding new blogs to follow. : D
Reblogging, not ‘cause I need followers, but because my followers need more Magic on their dashes.
Where do you get all of these magic images? Do you get it from a website, recreate them, or just cut out and resize the artwork on the cards themselves? Or is it a secret?
Haha, I’ll admit, I try to be more whispered than loud about where I find pieces, but it’s not always a treasure hunt. On the surface, it’s just lots and lots of bookmarking and research on the web.
I’m also very blessed to have a certain level of communication with several artists, so at times I’m able to request pieces. Our beloved illustrators are very busy people though, so it’s not always possible.
You’ll also find many pieces published through articles on Magic’s website. Speaking of which, there was a recent change that I really like. On average, artwork published on the old website was between 620 px and 640 px in width. Now, I’m seeing a standard of 700 px in width for artwork used in articles. This makes me happy :]
Sometimes Magic is ridiculous and I love it
This is my new favorite thing.
IS IT YOUR BIRTHDAY? IS SKYPE TELLING THE TRUTH?