PUFFED PINK DRESS (OUTFITS, ILLUSTRATIONS & RUNAWAY INSPIRATION)
This morning while I was browsing Pinterest, I came across a fuchsia runway look that made me think. The look in question was a gorgeous fuchsia sequin dress ( look 25 from Cristian Cowan Spring 2020 Resort Collection). I believe this is the first look by this designer that really caught my eye, I wasn't familiar with this brand before. Anyhow, I remembered that I have a puffed sleeved fuchsia mini dress in my closet as well. Mine is not sequin like Cowan's creation, but it does have some similarities with it. Seeing that photograph made me realize that I have recently illustrated similar pink dress looks using Paint 3D to edit my fashion illustrations. Suddenly I wanted to do this post where I would show you five ways to style a fuchsia puffed sleeve mini dress as well as my new fashion illustration. That's what I will be sharing with you today so scroll down to see more.
USING PAINT 3D TO EDIT MY FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS: MY EXPERIENCES
Last Friday I showed you a couple of my fashion sketches that I coloured with the watercolour tool in Paint 3D. If you have followed my blog for a while, you probably know that I don't have much experience with digital art. I try editing my art with some digital tools and got some interesting results but that's just touch ups, not really digital art as such. Last weekend I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what possibilities there might be. One thing I like about using Paint 3D is that I can draw directly over my art. That makes the whole thing more easier. I can change the colours and the design slightly while still maintaining the original lines, proportions and feel of the painting. Interesting stuff. It's also good to make really fast sketches. Digital art is actually a lot alike regular art, you actually need to invest a lot of time and effort to get great results. That is probably why I avoided digital art so far, I was already keeping myself busy exploring the more traditional art mediums. Art definitely takes work. I'm looking forward to learning how to use this program properly. Have a look at the images bellow and tell me what you think. Do you remember what this original watercolour pencil painting looked like? How to do like the new versions?
FIVE WAYS TO WEAR A PUFF SLEEVE DRESS FOR SPRING
1. LAYERED WITH BOOTS AND A MATCHING TOP
MORE FASHION ILLUSTRATIONS- MIXED MEDIA (DIGITAL AND TRADITIONAL)As always thank you for reading and commenting. Have a nice day.