This is my second illustration of Valentino’s MIME bag collection 2015.
Painted with watercolour and edited in Photoshop.
The gif looked so nice on the website I created but somehow it has changed its quality…never mind, I will do it again soon.
There was an open call by DrawADot and it has just ended not so long ago. It was about Valentino’s MIME bag collection and I chose a beautiful red one:
I was so inspired by the theme of the open call and of course by the bags, therefore, I have made two illustrations but only one I could submit.
So here it is:
About my artwork a little bit:
Materials: watercolour on acrylic paper (yes, on acrylic paper, and it is not bad at all)
Watercolour is from Daler Rowney / you can get exactly the same set, what I have, from Amazon (cheaper then I have bought 3 years ago) I am totally satisfied with the paints and as I said, I have them for 3 years already… and I only run out of black and blue this month! and I am painting a lot!! so I think it is a great deal : ) / you can check it now by clicking on this link:
Acrylic paper is from Fabriano / Pittura, cold pressed
Edited in Photoshop of course… <3
If you are interested about this open call, please click HERE
and if you are curious, who is DrawADot, click HERE
Check out the other 347 artworks on DrawADot’s Facebook account, which have been submitted to the competition: HERE
and the winner of this open call: Maria Solias
Finally I had the time to finish this illustration… I love the orchid pattern by Karl Lagerfeld and the whole atmosphere around this new collection.
This is a personal work, painted with acrylic on canvas. Size: 30x40cm
I am available for collaboration and commissions, just drop me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out my other fashion illustrations: www.yoyomiyoko.com
Fendi’s new spring collection is just amazing, elegant and playful at the same time. Yesterday I have started to make an illustration of a bag, jacket and trousers.
I use acrylic on a 30x40cm canvas. The orchid print reminded me of jungles, monkeys, colourful nature…
Here are some pictures of the process and the original photograph:
I am available for commissions and collaborations! Drop me an email: email@example.com
So here is my newest project: painting a portrait of Iggy Azalea.
I use acrylic paints by Daler-Rowney, brushes from DaVinci on a 60cmx60cm canvas.
Yesterday (22/03/2015) I was looking for inspirations to paint one of my old canvases. That canvas already had a base with lots of warm colours, which inspired me more and…and then I found Iggy.
Until that time I post details of the painting everyday:
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