Allie Boyer
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Hedvig Carlin, Week 6/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, 2011, Konstfack, Swedish, Life drawing- Watercolour and pen/pencil, I like this illustration because it uses minimal continuous line to give suggestion to the figure, and this allows for the watercolour to be placed sparingly on the page and mixed together to create an abstracted garment that is almost moving on the page

Hedvig Carlin, Week 6/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, 2011, Konstfack, Swedish, Life drawing- Watercolour and pen/pencil, I like this illustration because it uses minimal continuous line to give suggestion to the figure, and this allows for the watercolour to be placed sparingly on the page and mixed together to create an abstracted garment that is almost moving on the page

Rene Bouche, Week 6/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Czech Republic, Vogue April 1958, Life drawing-chalk pastel, I like this illustration because  it uses minimal lines to create a strong silhouette. The blocking of red top and the white contrasted with the quick line detailing in black chalk adds to this quick sketch and life drawing feel

Rene Bouche, Week 6/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Czech Republic, Vogue April 1958, Life drawing-chalk pastel, I like this illustration because it uses minimal lines to create a strong silhouette. The blocking of red top and the white contrasted with the quick line detailing in black chalk adds to this quick sketch and life drawing feel

Gladys Perint Palmer, Week 5/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, English, Bird watcher, mixed media-Crayon, ink, gouache, I like this illustration because it uses fine lines to create a sense of movement and to lightly outline the figure. The blocking of colour on the face is effectively contrasted with the fluffy pink shade on the top. The brush work on the hat creates a sense of feathers and movement

Gladys Perint Palmer, Week 5/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, English, Bird watcher, mixed media-Crayon, ink, gouache, I like this illustration because it uses fine lines to create a sense of movement and to lightly outline the figure. The blocking of colour on the face is effectively contrasted with the fluffy pink shade on the top. The brush work on the hat creates a sense of feathers and movement

Howard Tangye, Week Six/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Australian, Life drawing-pen and watercolour, I like this illustration because it uses continuous line effectively by contrasting it in 2 different tones- the black and more earthy red colour. The use of patched watercolour on the face gives the woman a sense of realism and character

Howard Tangye, Week Six/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Australian, Life drawing-pen and watercolour, I like this illustration because it uses continuous line effectively by contrasting it in 2 different tones- the black and more earthy red colour. The use of patched watercolour on the face gives the woman a sense of realism and character

Timi Hayek, Week 6/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Lebanon, Life drawing, mixed media-pen and watercolour, I like this illustration because the fine line work  creates a sense of spontaneity. I love his use of minimal colour but uses a dripping technique with the watercolour to fill certain parts of the garment and gives a small sense of what the clothes are doing

Timi Hayek, Week 6/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Lebanon, Life drawing, mixed media-pen and watercolour, I like this illustration because the fine line work creates a sense of spontaneity. I love his use of minimal colour but uses a dripping technique with the watercolour to fill certain parts of the garment and gives a small sense of what the clothes are doing

Alina But Gusaim, Week 5/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, London, Mixed Media-watercolour, material and ink, I really like this illustration because it is very minimal and hints at a figure every so slightly by using a subtle face and then mixing watercolour/ink and blocks of material to create a textural garment.

Alina But Gusaim, Week 5/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, London, Mixed Media-watercolour, material and ink, I really like this illustration because it is very minimal and hints at a figure every so slightly by using a subtle face and then mixing watercolour/ink and blocks of material to create a textural garment.

António Soares, Week 4/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Miguel Vieira SS 2016, Gouache and light pencil work, I like this work because it uses the gouache paint to create a pattern on the garment. The white is blended into the background and leaving out spaces makes the figure look like they're emerging from the background.

António Soares, Week 4/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Miguel Vieira SS 2016, Gouache and light pencil work, I like this work because it uses the gouache paint to create a pattern on the garment. The white is blended into the background and leaving out spaces makes the figure look like they're emerging from the background.

Ernesto Artillo, Week 5/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Spanish, Mixed media-collage with paper, pencil and watercolour, I like this illustration because it uses the images of flowers and other blocks of colour and imagery to wrap around and fill the figures that are cut out and collaged in. The minimal use of shapes and placement of paper creates a sense of the garments on the figures that are abstractly placed in the illustration

Ernesto Artillo, Week 5/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Spanish, Mixed media-collage with paper, pencil and watercolour, I like this illustration because it uses the images of flowers and other blocks of colour and imagery to wrap around and fill the figures that are cut out and collaged in. The minimal use of shapes and placement of paper creates a sense of the garments on the figures that are abstractly placed in the illustration

Stefania Belmonte, Week 5/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Mixed media-gouache, paper, pencil and pen, maybe some digital colour, I think this illustration is really beautiful as it uses shapes and forms to layer the garment on the figure- creating a sense of movement and elegance. The minimal use of detailing on the face and focus on the garment is evocative and allows for the garment to do the talking

Stefania Belmonte, Week 5/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Mixed media-gouache, paper, pencil and pen, maybe some digital colour, I think this illustration is really beautiful as it uses shapes and forms to layer the garment on the figure- creating a sense of movement and elegance. The minimal use of detailing on the face and focus on the garment is evocative and allows for the garment to do the talking

Bijou Karman, Week 4/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Kenzo advertisement, Gouache and some pencil, I like this illustration because it uses the gouache sparingly to reflect the garments. The use of white and black to show shine and folds of the clothes creates effective detailing.

Bijou Karman, Week 4/Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Kenzo advertisement, Gouache and some pencil, I like this illustration because it uses the gouache sparingly to reflect the garments. The use of white and black to show shine and folds of the clothes creates effective detailing.