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Inspired by @tijanabejita (fashion drawing of the day)

I'm so happy to share this fashion illustration with you today. Finally a new drawing for my Inspired by feature. This fashion illustration was inspired by lovely @tijanabejita, more precisely by this photograph. The medium is coloured pencils on paper. I've started using coloured pencils a bit more in 2016 and right now I use  both them and regular #pencils pretty often. Do you like this fashion drawing? Do you like the outfit? If you want to see more of these kind of illustrations, you can check my 2017 (here) and 2016 (here) Inspired by recap.






After I finished this drawing, I found a lot of old illustrations of Tijana. I guess I've been illustrating her for a while. Sometimes I'm startled by how many art (illustrations, drawings, sketches and paintings) I own. I'm still trying to find a way to organize it all. I took to using folders to store my illustrations but I still have to figure out a way to organize them better. Anyhow, I completed this drawing back in January but I haven't managed to find the time to post it before. Now I wonder who will be in my February Inspired by feature. Do you have any suggestions?

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Below you can see a photograph of two illustrations,  Tijana along side with Idu from fashionably Idu. I was really happy to find this illustration of Idu because I thought I lost it during my move, but fortunately it was not so. I'm still missing one illustration of Idu, so I have to keep looking. Drawings are always fun, I think I wrote about it recently, you know in that post where I described how I learned to enjoy drawing more. Art is like any other skill, you have to work on it to get better. All these years of illustrating and I'm still learning new things. 


Inspired by @tijanabejita (fashion drawing  of the day)



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Thank you for reading guys! I haven't posted for a few days and the reason is kind of funny- I wasn't happy with any of my (already prepared) posts. I tend to schedule posts in advance and there were quite a few posts I wanted to share, but somehow neither of them felt right so I didn't post anything. Today I remembered I haven't posted this illustration yet so I went with that. I hope you'll like it. Have a lovely day! Have a fantastic Monday!












Comments

  1. Predivne slike, dopada mi se kako svoju inspiraciju prenosiš na papir.

    Kathy's delight

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  2. Fantastic illustrations Ivana!
    Happy new week!:))

    xxBasia

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  3. You found one!! oh my gosh so exciting. My fingers are crossed that the other one turns up too. The illustration if Tijana is spot on! I could tell it was her even before I read the title. Great work as always Ivana. Do have a very very lovely week ahead ok.


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  4. Lovely, I like it! Have a nice week!

    Kisses, Mary.
    ❤ Mary María Style ❤

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  5. This is one of my favorite series that you do! Another lovely illustration. I agree that it's better not to post if you're not completely satisfied with with your content.

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  6. Come sempre mi piacciono le tue riproduzione e soprattutto come dosi bene i colori, brava ivana sei una vera artista!
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  7. Love the inspiration! Everything looks amazing

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  8. wow, świetne rysunki! Bardzo mi się podobają! :)

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  9. Super si napravila ovu ilustraciju. Baš izgleda zamrznuta u trenutku.

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  10. Gorgeous art as always, my lovely! You have a beautiful collection of your illustrations, it would be amazing if you could display and show them all off somehow! My partner draws from time to time and we usually pin his work to a little board on the wall - he gets shy about it, but hey! Also, I have always enjoyed working in coloured pencils. Somehow I felt like I had more control when drawing with pencils than using something like watercolours, etc. Thank you for sharing, beaut! xoxo

    Kay
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    1. Displaying it on a little board is a fun idea, I used to do that but I don't remember where my board is right now. I still haven't fixed up my office room.

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  11. Both are beautiful! I know Idu! What a beautiful illustration of her. I always love the movement in your illustrations. Very pretty.
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