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Making of an Acrylic Painting (Fashion Illustration Edition)

How are you? Are you ready for the weekend? Do you have any special plans? Today I'm sharing another fashion illustration painted with acrylic paints with you. The medium is acrylic paints on mixed art paper. This fashion illustration was actually inspired by one of my own outfits (you can see it here). I've also decided to share with you the painting process.  As you will see if you scroll bellow, I've included a charcoal sketch and a 'work in process' photograph. I know that a lot of people are curious to see the painting process. I'm the same way. I enjoy seeing wip (work in process) photographs. I just find the whole process of a painting coming to life fascinating. This particular painting was a lot of fun to paint, perhaps because it is all about good vibes. I'm not sure how I would call this particular style. This painting was as much about the location as it was about the outfit itself. I wanted the painting to capture that spring feeling. I hope I was at least somewhat successful. I do have some other paintings coming up, so let me know if you would like me to prepare more 'making of' posts (like this one) or would you just prefer to see the finished version. Thank you for visiting. Have a lovely day!

Kako ste? Jeste spremni za vikend? Imate li posebne planove? Danas dijelim još jednu modnu ilustraciju naslikanu s akrilnim bojama. Medijum su dakle akrilne boje na višenamjenskom papiru za slikanje. Ova modna ilustracija je zapravo inspirirana s jednom od mojih odjevnih kombinacija (možete ju pogledati tu). Odlučila sam podijeliti sa vama i process slikanja. Kao što ćete vidjeti ako pogledate cijelu objavu, tu je i skica ugljenom i jedna fotografija procesa slikanja. Znam da je puno ljudi znatiželjno vidjeti proces slikanja. Ja sam ista. Volim pogledati fotografije slike dok nastaje. Jednostavno cijeli proces kroz kojim nastaje slika mi je zanimljiv.  Ova slika je bila jako zabavna za naslikati, možda jer prenosi dobro raspoloženje. Ne znam kako bi nazvala ovaj stil slikanja. Sama slika nije usmjerena samo na odjevnu kombinaciju, nego i na okolinu. Htjela sam uhvatiti osjećaj proljeća. Nadam se da sam bila barem donekle uspješna. Imam još neke slike koje ću podijeliti, tako da mi dajte do znanja ako želite da napravim više "kako sam slikala" objava ili biste više voljeli vidjeti samo konačnu sliku. Hvala na posjeti. Želim vam ugodan dan!


Making of an #AcrylicPainting (Fashion Illustration Edition)

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Making of an Acrylic #Painting (#Fashion #Illustration Edition)

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Making of an Acrylic Painting (Fashion Illustration Edition)


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  1. Such a beautiful painting Ivana, well done! And you look so very classy and chic too! xo

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  2. Thanks for that very interesting demonstation! I like your very special way of painting! Its very expressive and some pictures are bit like Monet ... Have a wonderful weekend, Nessy
    www.salutarystyle.com

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    1. Thank you so much for comparing me to Monet, I love him :).

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  3. Que linda pintura, amei sua criatividade:)

    Beijokas da Camila e Carol

    já estamos de volta e já tem novidades

    Vamos Papear 

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  4. Dear Ivana, you definitely captured the spring feeling! It is fascinating to see the WIP and I think you can be so satisfied with the result. This painting should really get a place of honour as it is so beautiful. Keep up the good work and happy weekend <3
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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    1. it'll get a place of honour in my online shop.:)

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  5. Oh I think it's very nice. You have big talent!. It look very similar to photo! It's co cute.

    http://sar-shy.blogspot.com

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  6. Evo mene Ivanice konačno na tvom blogu. Izvini, ako ne stignem sve da prokomentarišem usled nedostatka slobodnog vremena. Ali, svakako vidim sve i uživam u tvojim dražesnim ilustracijama.
    Veliki pozz

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    1. nema problema, razumijem, danas je teško uhvatiti vrijeme za blog.

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  7. Another lovely picture! Love the pose, you've captured it so well and the texture of the paint on the dress!

    Corinne x
    www.skinnedcartree.com

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  8. Excellent post (as always)!Thank you very much :) xx

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