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futuristic lady/ dama iz budućnosti

For today vintage futuristic look....this illustration reminds me of vintage sf and that sort of things, so I guess there is where inspiration came from. Hope you like it...Once again I've used coffee for colouring in the same way water colours are used. Have a nice day!

Za danas vintage futuristički izgled...ova me ilustracije podsjeća na vintage znanstvenu fantastiku i takve stvari pa mi je valjda to i bilo nadahnuće. Nadam se da vam se sviđa...Još jednom sam koristila kavu za bojenje, na isti način na koji se koriste vodene bojice. Ugodan dan želim!
finished (coffee and markers) / Završeno: kava i flomasteri (većinom koristila sam malo i bojice)
sketch made with a marker

skica nacrtana s flomasterom

coffee/ kava

Finished illustration/ završena ilustracija


  1. Quanta fantasia che hai!
    E' originalissimo questo look! :D

  2. in futuro ci vestiremo di rosa, mi piace!

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  3. Che carino!

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  4. E' vero Ivana, molto futuristica!

  5. mi piace molto questo disegno, il vestito e sopratutto i colori che hai usato

  6. I like it that you used again coffee for the paining - and for sure I like also the painting! I recognized that you used even pink for the hair - is love at the moment your theme?

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  7. Sei proprio creativa! Lucy

  8. Coffee....Wow, who knew? Pretty amazing and job well done Ivana.

  9. mi piace moltissimo la parte superiore dell'abito <3

  10. Che bello Ivana, un po' stile Versace!
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  11. Marvellous, love her outfit, I would wear that, ha!! Awesome job doll, it's gorgeous. I hope you have a great weekend xx

  12. I know your love about painting with coffee, you really know how to do it right:) That sketch is so original and special, as always. The of the most exciting thing about it that you used coffee to create it:))) By the way, "kava" is Croatian language, right? In Serbia language is different? I must say I like some Serbian songs, so I'm curious is this the same language or very different one?

    1. I think in Serbian it is kafa. Serbian and Croatian are similar, most languages in our branch (southern branch) of Slavic languages are alike in many ways.

  13. Cool look!)))

  14. You have a great imagination Ivana. :)


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