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Inspired by Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/ Winter 2017/2018 (acrylic painting/ fashion illustration)


Time for another fashion illustration. The medium is acrylic on cardboard. The inspiration behind this one was Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2017/2018 collection. Just in case you're interested, I have recently illustrated another runaway look from this collection,  so feel free to check it out (here).  

Vrijeme je za još jednu modnu ilustraciju. Medij su akrilne boje na kartonu. Nadahnuće za ovu ilustraciju bila je kolekcija Dolce & Gabbane za jesen i zimu 2017/2018. U slučaju da ste zainteresirani, nedavno sam ilustrirala još jednu kreaciju iz te kolekcije, pa je slobodno pogledajte (ovdje). 


Dolce & Gabbana fashion illustration


HOW IT LOOKED AFTER THE FIRST LAYER OF PAINT 

PRVI SLOJ BOJE I KAKO JE TO IZGLEDALO










        FINISHED FASHION ILLUSTRATION / ZAVRŠENA MODNA ILUSTRACIJA


 Dolce & Gabbana autumn/winter 2017/2018


Inspired by Dolce & Gabbana

fashion illustration DG

 acrylic painting

fashion illustration acrylic painting








Comments

  1. Dear Ivana, thank you for this wonderful illustration! You know already I like D&G and you did again such a good job. Honestly, I would love to own these pieces in reality ... instead I enjoy your illustration a lot.
    Happy new week!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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    1. thank you dear. I'm happy with how this illustration turned out as well...it took me ages to finish it.

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  2. This is a lovely illustration!
    kisses

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  3. Sei sempre più brava, adoro questa illustrazione, wow! Baci

    Fashion and Cookies - fashion & beauty blog

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  4. I love that you chose to illustrate another look from the Dolce & Gabbana AW17 collection and you made a lovely choice. I actually remember this one from the runway show because there was so much visual interest in the components of the look! Fantastic job my friend!

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    1. thank you dear. I really liked the combo of red, black and gold...and yes, it is a such a visually interesting look.

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  5. I had to click back cos I missed the prior illustration. I did catch up and what a great capture no surprises there. I remember reading the show left no stone unturned up to the shedding some light on the millennials occupying their front seat. Quite interesting, all of it. I love their collection. And I'm loving this illustration too.

    http://www.fashionablyidu.com/

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    1. thank you Idu. It was a fab collection indeed.

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  6. That one looks nice. I dont follow fashion shows, but I like the style of the jacket and the coloring.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

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  7. Wow, fantastic Work! i love it :)

    Happy Monday, kisses

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  8. lovely drawing :)
    http://xoxoclaudia.blogspot.de/2017/03/kawaii-box-giveaway.html

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  9. Wow! What a wonderful drawing! I loved it!
    www.recklessdiary.ru

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  10. Lovely artwork, hun! And I really enjoyed seeing how it evolves during the different layers of paint, what a difference! Have you thought of maybe doing more posts like these, showing how your art develops step by step, layers by layer? It's just an idea, personally I'd find it very interesting and I think many others would too, as you always share such beautiful pieces! :) Speaking of art, I have recently gotten into cross-stitching! Which makes me feel like such an old lady, but whatever, haha! I find it so relaxing and much more 'convenient' than painting (as in, less messy and easier to drop in and out of). Hope you're having a fab week so far! xoxo

    Kay
    http://www.shoesandglitter.com/

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    1. thank you Kay:)...I did that a few times, showed step by step process and I even made some videos that show the painting process. I might do more of those in the future.

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  11. Love this so much!


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  12. That's totally cool, dear! Used to own quite a handful of D&G stuff when I was younger *_*

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    1. thank you Shirley. That doesn't surprise me.:)

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  13. Divna, divna, divna!! Uživam ih gledati u zadnje vrijeme kao nikad prije! :)

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  14. That's so beautiful!

    I hope that you visit my blog and maybe stay for longer!
    spiked-soul.blogspot.com

    Kisses
    Elwira Charmuszko

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  15. Great job!
    Love the details of parts and even the color of background!
    XX

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  16. Bellissima illustrazione Ivana, stai diventando bravissima con questa tecnica!
    Adoro come hai reso bene la brillantezza dei dettagli! :D
    Baci!
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it/

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  17. These drawings are absolutely stunning babe! You perfectly captured the essence of the Dolce and Gabbana Autumn Winter Collection! Thanks so much for sharing babe! <3

    XO Jessi,
    http://www.mywhitet.com/5-wearable-spring-trends/

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  18. You did amazing job on this painting, Ivana, especially I love that you focused on the details,so even without reading your post, I'll guess that this illustration shows D&G's collection! :) What's more, I love that you used different shades of blue as the background, it makes that yellow crown looks even more royal! :)
    Take care, dear!

    http://crafty-zone.blogspot.com

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    1. thanks dear<3 I always try to add additional interest by creating a more pronounced background.

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  19. That's so beautiful, dear Ivana, I could really really see that it is Dolce & Gabbana - in fact, you could draw for them, it is really lovely and amazing! Loved the colors and the clothes you chose to draw - vibrant and sunny like D & G is! Hope you had a nice weekend and that you have a very beautiful weekend, dear Ivana!
    DenisesPlanet.com

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  20. I really love the texture of acrylic paint! You've captured the look so well and I enjoyed seeing the first layer of paint!

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  21. Bellissimo dipinto :) un bacione

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  22. Marvelous painting, you are talented :)

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  23. Some wonderful shading with this picture Ivana. ... you are very creative♡

    I don't have any drawing ability but it's in my family... 2 of my sister's and my mom... I am always I'm awe of people who have that talent ♡♡♡

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    1. I'm not sure would I call it talent, I work on my drawing skills every day so I'm not sure can I say that I was born with it.

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  24. That is such a lovely illustration, Ivana and I love that you show how it progressed. You are talented my dear friend, wish I hav ethe sam ecreative streak as you. xx

    Shireen⎜Reflection of Sanity

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  25. Wow I see so much talent here

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  26. Molto particolare il look Dolce e Gabbana lo amo tantissimo un bacio

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  27. Oggi mi hai conquistato con i pantaloni che hai disegnato. Sono davvero bellissimi.
    Un bacione
    Maggie Dallospedale
    Indiansavage.com

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  28. I always love the ideas of your illuctrations! Beautiful painting, Ivana!

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  29. Wonderful illustration, I realy like this outfit :-)

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  30. Zaista mislim da si sve bolja i bolja u ovome i drago mi je što svedočimo razvijanju tvog talenta i veština. Mislim da nisi mogla da izabereš lepšu i moćniju inspiraciju. Sad mi je ta kolekcija još lepša, a ti si predivno dočarala kombinaciju. Čak i pozadina govori sama za sebe, a da ne spominjem ostale detalje :)

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  31. Love this. Gorgeous jacket & pants. Love the detail.
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  32. Great choice of subject...I loved the pieces from D&G's fall/winter 17 runway show. They were so expressive!
    Christina ♥ https://caliope-couture.com

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  33. Hello, dearest Ivana,
    because I've already commented your newer posts I visited this post here - and I really like your drawig and this outfit!
    To T.C. Boyle - yes, he is a great writer, his style is marvellous, that's the reason why I read some books of him. But in the meantime I've stopped it because of the depressing contents of his novels ;-)))))
    Lots of hugs,
    Traude

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  34. Savršeno! Svaki detalj je tu. Sve pohvale umetnice

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