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Fashion illustrations 2016 - part 1 (pencil) / Modne ilustracije 2016 - prvi dio (olovka)


Before the year ends, there are a few sum ups that I plan to do. One of them has to do with my fashion illustrations. This year I have been posting my fashion illustrations more frequently.  They have become a part of my regular blogging, so I wanted to make a little recap of them. However, because I have so many of them, I have decided to divide them in 2 (perhaps even 3 parts). So, today what we're having on the menu are pencil illustrations ( so illustrations done with ordinary or coloured pencils. If you missed any of these illustrations, now you can catch up.

Prije nego što godina završi, htjela bi napraviti još par sažetaka. Jedan od njih odnosi se na moje modne ilustracije. Ove godine sam objavljivala sve više modnih ilustracija. Postale su toliki dio moga bloga da bih željela napraviti neki presjek. No, zar je imam toliko njih, odlučila sam ih podijeliti u dva dijela ( a možda čak i u tri). Danas su nam na jelovniku modne ilustracije s olovkom (pa bile to bojice ili obična olovka). Ako ste ikoje od ovih ilustracija propustili, sada to možete nadoknaditi.




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  1. Oh man, these are so impressive! I wish I had this kind of talent... seriously! Simply gorgeous! <3 - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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  2. Thanks a lot :D

    I want your tallent :D

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  3. You are so talented Ivana darling. It's very hard and infact almost impossible to pick a favorite illustration cos they're all top notch. I'm noticing that I missed quite a few of them too so I'm glad you posted this recap. The photog girl is very cute as well as the pencil shavings gown. Stunning. If only I could wave a wand and bring that gown to life, haha. Looking forward to the next installment. How are you celebrating Christmas? I'm sure you'll have a good one. Enjoy.

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    1. I want that pencils shavings gown too...:)
      I'm celebrating Christmas with my husband and his family. I'm sure it will be nice.

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  4. That's amazing!
    Have a nice week-end!
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  5. Dear Ivana, the owl is really amazing and the girl with books too Of course, many more are incredible, but those are my favorite ones! I really love how creative and talented you are, besides, you are sweet and sensitive, with a great heart and mind! I would like to thank you for all your amazing words to me and support, and hope that you have a wonderful Christmas - though I think you celebrate it on the 6th, am I right? Anyway, a beautiful time for you and your family, dear Ivana! Hugs and regards!
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    1. thank you Denise. I'm celebrating Christmas tomorrow.

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  6. bravissima come sempre, Buon Natale
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  7. Uno più bello dell'altro!
    Buona vigilia tesoro!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  8. Ivana, I enjoy seeing your drawings. Love the one with the pencil clippings. Very nice! Keep up the good work.
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  9. gosh, these shoes on pic one are fab, really wonderful. if i see that, i´m sure you can create shoes like this - in real life. and the dress on pic 3 are gorgeous.

    all the paintings are very good stuff my dear!

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