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Inspired by... Barbara

If I were ever to give up blogging (and in all honesty I considered it at least a couple of times), I'm pretty sure that I would terribly miss posting my fashion illustrations. I'm especially attached to this Inspired by feature I have been doing regularly (at least once a month) for years. Speaking of which, it's time for another Inspired by...feature. This pencil drawing was inspired by Barbara from my kind of joy.  This outfit is so cute I just had to illustrate it. Have a lovely day everyone!

Kada bi odustala od bloga ( a iskreno razmišljala sam o tome barem par puta), poprilično sam sigurna da bi mi jako nedostajalo objavljivanje svojih modnih ilustracija. Posebno sam vezana za ovu Nadahnuta s rubriku koju već godina redovito objavljujem (najmanje jednom mjesečno. Kad smo kod toga,  vrijeme za još jednu Nadahnuta s...rubriku. Ovaj crtež olovkom je nadahnut s Barbarom s bloga my kind of joy. Ova kombinacija je tako slatka da sam je morala ilustrirati. Ugodan dan svima! 

#pencildrawing #fashionillustration



  1. Yes, looks great! :)

    Happy Sunday, kisses

  2. This is a really cool look! I'd miss you if you stopped blogging! Please don't stop!x

  3. Mislim da svi razmišljamo o tome s vremena na vreme ali sam nekako došla do zaključka da kad me uhvati takvo (ne)raspoloženje, treba jednostavno usporiti ritam jer mašta, inspiracija i kreativnost takođe traže svoj odmor. Makar mislim da je to rešenje dokle god postoji nešto za čime bismo žalili kad bismo odustali...
    Barbara je uvek inspirativna, a tvoj rad zaista ne znam više ni kojim rečima da pohvalim :)


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