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WEEK6:Graphite pencil/Nuno DaCosta/London based illustrator/ unknown date/Material:watercolor, fine pen/Nuno DaCosta is my favorite fashion illustrator, his realistic drawing style is beautiful and eye catching, watercolor is smooth and look soft, fine pen is used for outline, overall it is an amazing illustration.

WEEK6:Graphite pencil/Nuno DaCosta/London based illustrator/ unknown date/Material:watercolor, fine pen/Nuno DaCosta is my favorite fashion illustrator, his realistic drawing style is beautiful and eye catching, watercolor is smooth and look soft, fine pen is used for outline, overall it is an amazing illustration.

Outfit 2 - Woven bin liners, fishing net, knit, weave, APPLIQUÉ and textiles

What is the point in it

Outfit 2 - Woven bin liners, fishing net, knit, weave, APPLIQUÉ and textiles

Shot by Michael Hughes & I  So after six weeks exploring Europe, I am now back to reality. Kicking off  my travel posts in chronological order starting with Paris.   When Michael and I started to plan our O/S adventure we really wanted to  make sure we really focused on staying longer in less locations. We knew  this wouldn't be our last time in Europe so we narrowed down our list for  this trip and split the 6 weeks between Paris, Italy, Amsterdam & Iceland.  To give a little background ...

THE PARIS I GOT TO KNOW..

Shot by Michael Hughes & I So after six weeks exploring Europe, I am now back to reality. Kicking off my travel posts in chronological order starting with Paris. When Michael and I started to plan our O/S adventure we really wanted to make sure we really focused on staying longer in less locations. We knew this wouldn't be our last time in Europe so we narrowed down our list for this trip and split the 6 weeks between Paris, Italy, Amsterdam & Iceland. To give a little background ...

By Jessica Lampit I have added this to my board as I love the use of layers and textures. I think this technique can really give you an idea of the texture of the garment and the colour scheme that would be used in the garment.

By Jessica Lampit I have added this to my board as I love the use of layers and textures. I think this technique can really give you an idea of the texture of the garment and the colour scheme that would be used in the garment.

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