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Inspired by.... Baba Luccia


Hi darlings! Time for another Inspired by post. Today I'm sharing with you a sketch (medium: markers on paper) inspired by Baba Luccia (visit her blog here). Lately I've been using markers more (ordinary ones, not copic ones) and I ended up liking it. I actually draw this illustration last Summer with pencil and misplaced it. Now, that I found it again, I decided to fill it in with markers.

Zdravo dragi! Vrijeme za još jednu objavu u Nadahnuta s rubrici. Danas sa vama dijelim skicu (medij: markeri na papiru)  nadahnutu s blogom Baba Luccia (posjetite ga ovdje). U zadnje vrijeme dosta koristim markere (obične, ne copic markere) i zasada mi se svidjelo. Zapravo sam naslikala ovu ilustraciju prošloga ljeta olovkom, a onda sam jeuzagubila. Sada, kada sam je ponovo pronašla, odlučila sam je popuniti markerima. 




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Comments

  1. Such a pretty illustration, Ivana!
    Love the colors.
    Have A Lovely Weekend Dear.
    xx

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  2. That's a really sweet summery look on Baba Luccia and your illustration is a lovely capture! Happy weekend Ivana!

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    1. thank you. It is a sweet summer look for sure.

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  3. You're talented! It's so cute!

    http://nobresonho.blogspot.pt/

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  4. Another amazing drawing! It's really nice!

    Have a nice weekend:)

    jointyicroissanty

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  5. Lovely post dear! Have a great weekend! xx

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  6. Baš mi se sviđa. Ja bih takvu haljinu nosila :)

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  7. Cute, sweet and innocent. Well done, Ivana. Happy weekend, my dear.
    xoxo
    Lenya
    New update: The Consequences of Choice

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  8. real cute my dear - i like your work with different colours - nice way to show your painting in a special kind.

    Jennifer
    http://jennifer-femininundmodisch.blogspot.de/2017/06/unterwegs-stadtbesuch-bei-sommerlichem.html

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