My sketch for the next portrait in my watercolor brands series. I was really inspired by a vintage style photograph.
Outfits, turnarounds, and sketches.
✨🌟✨Don’t care what anybody says, this look is the vibe!✨🌟✨
hello it’s been a while since I showed my face on here :^)
pics in my phone
Shallura Week 2020 - Day 6: AU Day
As I mentioned on Day 2, I love vintage fashion– the 1940s are my absolute favorite vintage fashion era, so as soon as I saw today’s prompt, I knew what I wanted to do!
I based this piece off one of the posters for the 1941 musical film “You’ll Never Get Rich” starring Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth! Thus, the silly fake poster. XD This was SO MUCH FUN to make!
(Apologies for any inaccuracies in Shiro’s uniform. I did a lot of research for it, but there’s bound to be mistakes; I didn’t even try adding medals, because I was sure I’d get them wrong. XD)
Drew Fairchime in a dress while I was waiting for Artfight to start working again. Also as a way to practice drawing fabric folds
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Good evening to everyone!
I was a bit busy past couple of months finishing courses at sewing school and trying to work more focused on my sewing projects and orders. Here are a couple of photos from the spring: I made two 1940-1950s inspired pants (pattern for green pants was borrowed from Burda). I am currently working on setting up my Etsy shop and website, but I hope to come back to more regular posting soon.
Shallura Week 2020 - Day 2: wings ; bloom
I decided to go with the prompt “bloom”, then proceeded to take as much artistic license with it as possible. XD I’ve been really interested in vintage fashion lately, so somehow I decided to make it Edwardian. Both Allura and Shiro’s outfits are based on fashion plates from the era (somewhere around 1906 to 1910 or so). I had so much fun drawing this! Even the lace, which made me want to scream. XD
Another dress has fallen prey to my boredom this time it turned out as a sort of 70s style flared top