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THE WORLD OF PENCIL / SVIJET OLOVKE (MATIJA VUICA) #3


Today I'm sharing two pencil drawings with you. For the first one I used a photograph from Matija Vuica's Instagram account (you can see it here) as a refrence. Matija Vuica is one of my favourite  Croatian fashion designers. If I had to explain why in one sentence, I would say because her designs are unique, dramatic, feminine and theatrical. The second drawing is a fashion illustration of one Croatian singer wearing one of Vuica's creations. That one I did in typical fashion illustration style, so for that one I didn't use a specific photo for a reference. I looked at photographs from that old campaign and I picked one dress I wanted to illustrate. That would be all for today. Have a lovely Sunday!

Danas sa vama dijelim dva crteža olovkom. Za prvi sam kao referencu koristila fotografiju s Instagram profila Matije Vuice (koju možete vidjeti ovdje). Matija Vuica mi je jedna od najdražih hrvatskih kreatorica. Kada bi morala objasniti zašto u jednoj rečenici, rekla bi da je to zato jer su njene kreacije jedinstvene, dramatične, ženstvene i teatrealne. Drugi crtež je modna ilustracija jedne hrvatske pjevačice koja je nosila jednu od Matijinih kreacija. Taj sam crtež nacrtala u nekom tipičnom stilu modnih ilustracija, tako da nisam koristila baš određenu fotografiju po kojoj bi crtala. Pogledala sam fotografije iz te stare kampanje i izabrala jednu haljinu koju sam htjela ilustrirati. To bi bilo sve za danas. Ugodan dan želim!

























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  1. amazing illustrations you are so talented :D

    with love your AMELY ROSE

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  2. Trovo favoloso il primo disegno brava
    Un bacio

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  3. Dear Ivana, no wonder you love this designer! Both drawings are really fantastic and I love how full of life they are! Thanks for sharing and hopefully you had an amazing Sunday <3
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  4. Lepe ilustracije. Dopada mi se tvoj način projekcije ovih već postojećih dizajnerskih komada, a i samih modela. :)

    Kathy's delight / Instagram

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  5. Both illustrations retain much of the spirit of the inspirations you drew them from but they also have a good dose of your artistic spirit and personality. It's impressive the amount of detail you were able to create using just pencil.

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    1. thank you Rowena. Pencil does allow

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    2. ..us to portray details in an accurate way.

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  6. Thanks a lot :D

    so fantastic draw :D love it!

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  7. Ilustracije su fenomenalne, zaista me inspirišu! :D

    http://couturecase.blogspot.com

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  8. I ja volim njene kreacije, uvijek ima predivne i tako posebne haljine! Ponavljam se, ali super ti leži olovka, baš mi se dopada gledati ilustracije rađene s njom! :)

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  9. I love pencil drawings and you did an amazing job here. I think with pencil your skills truly stand out! Baci, Valeria - Coco et La vie en rose FASHION & BEAUTY

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  10. Beautiful sketches as always.

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  11. Wow, zaista impresivne kreacije i ti si ih dočarala dobro poput originala!

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  12. Wonderful work ! You are very talented :)

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