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New Fashion Illustration: A Modern Princess (Making Fashion Illustrations With Acrylic Paints)

Here is a fashion illustration of a red and gold gown. I painted this one without a reference, so it is a fashion design that I've came up with myself. I would love to own a dress like this one. I don't know where I would wear it, but I'd love to own it, because the design is just so glamorous. There is something about this kind of dresses that speaks to most women. Maybe it is all those princess stories we grow up with? I'm getting royal vibes from this dress. Maybe it has to do with colours as well. Crayon yellow, gold and red have both been trending lately. Interesting how this season both pastel and crayon shades are popular, right? Anyhow, I've always loved the combination of red and gold (or yellow). It is such a royal colour combination. I could say the same about blue and silver. Some colours just seem to go well together. 




 fashion illustration



first layer of paint

second layer of paint

adding finishing touches

The medium is acrylic paints on paper. I've worked on this painting for a few days because there are many layers to it. Originally I had  painted the hair blue but I changed it to green so it wouldn't blend with the background. I had to be careful with the colouring of the dress so that I could convey the shape and the colour of the dress better. There were many layers to this dress but also many details, for example I needed to create a sparkling effect. In addition, I wanted the background to enhance the dress. So, I've put some thought and effort into this one. I'm pretty happy with the result, though. This fashion painting came out nicely. I really do enjoy making fashion art with acrylic paints.  I would say it makes fashion illustrations look more artistic. Since I studied this medium on the art classes I'm taking, I've figured out why not? 


link to my tictail shop
The original painting is available for sale in my tictail shop (here), and prints as well as 27 other products with this design are available for sale in my redbubble shop (here). I've made a little selection of products that look cute to me. Thank you for reading and have a great week ahead. Happy Monday!



link to the products in my redbubble shop

Modern Princess, Magical Night (Fashion Illustration) by IvanaKada
link to the product in my redbubble shop

link to my redbubble shop
Modern Princess, Magical Night (Fashion Illustration) by IvanaKada
link to my redbubble shop






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  1. Thanks a lot :D

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  2. Very pretty indeed, Ivana! The dress looks like it's glowing! xoxo

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  3. The overall illustration and the design of the dress both look marvelous! Looks like you have a talent for fashion design as well as illustration. The sparkling effect you created is super pretty!

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  4. Gorgeous pieces, I love the orange detailing <3

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  5. It's amazing! I love this bag so much, really cool.

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  6. Wonderful illustration dear, this dress its so beautiful <3

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  7. Che vestito stupendo!
    Sei stata bravissima a rendere la luminosità e la brillantezza del tessuto, non è affatto facile! :D
    Baci!
    S
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  8. Nice illustration

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  9. wow! it looks so great! i'm in love <3!

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  10. That would be a beautiful dress to wear! What a nice illustration too, it's great you can sell it on so many products! :)

    Hope that you are having a lovely start to your week! It's finally scarf weather here which I'm excited about! :)

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  11. Such an amazing design, love it ! :) 💝 www.aliviastyle.blogspot.com 💝

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  12. Her dress is so amazing.
    Such a lovely illustration and I adore how it looks as a phone case.

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