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Nina Badrić u haljini Matije Vuice ( Fashion illustration of the day/ Modna ilustracija dana)


Time for another fashion illustration. Today we have a Croatian designer on agenda and her name is Matija Vuica. She was already featured on my blog here. Known primarily for her bold and dramatic designs, Vuica's been present on Croatian fashion scene for more than three decades. Here I illustrated a pink dress of hers, as worn by Nina Badrich. The medium is coloured pencils on paper.


Vrijeme je za još jednu modnu ilustraciju. Danas je na rasporedu hrvatska dizajnerica, naša Matija Vuica. Ona se već pojavila na blogu ovdje. Poznata najviše po svojim hrabrim i dramatičnim kreacijama, Vuica je prisutna na hrvatskoj modnoj sceni već više od tri desetljeća. Ovdje sam ilustrirala njenu rozu haljinu kako ju je nosila Nina Badrić.  Medij su bojice na papiru. 


Nina Badrić Matija Vuica

#ninabadrich #fashionillustration #matijavuica

pecil drawing #colouredpencils




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#moda pink dress pencil drawing

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Comments

  1. Great work dear! xx
    Vou já ao site que por acaso não conhecia! Adoro estes detox! xx
    Coco and Jeans by Marisa x My Instagram x My Bloglovin

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  2. Gosh, this is such a sexy piece, Ivana! xoxo

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  3. Me encantan tus dibujos! Feliz martes guapa! 😘😘😘

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  4. Another gorgeous fashion illustration! I love how there's being an influx of pink lately into everyone's summer wardrobes. The cross-front design of this dress is stunning and must have been a lot of fun to draw!

    aglassofice.com
    x

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  5. It looks really lovely! :) The shadow photo looks really cool !!

    Florals&Smiles

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  6. Molto bella e romantica questa illustrazione!
    Bellissimi colori! :)
    Baci!
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it/

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  7. Thanks for the interesting post! Have a nice day)

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  8. Wow...it look super amazing(as always)! xx

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  9. I didn't know this designer but the dress is gorgeous! Great illustration

    Have a lovely Wednesday Ivana
    Nuria xxx
    www.travelera.es

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  10. I just love your attention to detail Ivana. It's a lovely dress and you captured it beautifully regardless of how complex the folds may have made it. Kudos girl, you are incredible!


    http://www.fashionablyidu.com/

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  11. Amazing!
    xoxo
    https://www.donkeycool.es/

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  12. Sei davvero molto brava. Questa illustrazione è bellissima!:)
    un abbraccio,
    M
    sunstreetbymonica.blogspot.com

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  13. Ivanice, ova ilustracija ti je presavršena! Zaista si skroz pogodila pozu, a haljina je božanstvena.

    Pusa

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  14. Another great illustration Ivana! I hope you're well :) xx

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  15. This dress is amazing - sooo pretty. A very talented designer. Your version is very romantic. Kisses - Margot :)))

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  16. Still on a roll, that's good, Ivana. You've done a good job on the shadows this time. Love how you captured the delicacy of the dress and the model as well.
    xox
    Lenya
    latest look: Redvolution

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