@1 year ago with 6 notes
#fashion illustration #Illustration #1920s #hats
1920s Cloche Hat
Limited edition postcard created for a store event.
@1 year ago with 3 notes
#Louis Vuitton #Fashion Illustration #Illustration #Sketchbook #Ink
Quick sketch in my new sketch book.
Quick outline in marker then inked and shaded in Windsor and Newton ink.
Ignore the scary hand
I did use pencil to outline all the squares.
Louis Vuitton SS13
@2 years ago with 2 notes
#Fashion illustration #LCF #Leather #London College of Fashion #Menswear #illustration #gay
A couple of illustrations I did for David James Mills’ final year collection “Bitch Butch”, March 2012
David wanted some quick sketches of his whole collection. He allowed me to interpret the clothes as I wished on the condition I looked at what I would deem very hench men and included exaggerated male parts!
It was an interesting project to work on as I don’t often work in the male form. I learnt that I needed to study anatomy more, muscles are a lot harder to draw than one would think.
David is a truly talented menswear designer, his collection was an inspired mix of rubber and leather created with pastel hues and contrasting with vibrant shades of orange and olive green. I based my drawings on his sketches as the collection was still in the process of being made. A definite talent of the future.
pencil and marker.
P.S I only scanned these, editing and colour adjustments were done by the designer.
@2 years ago with 13 notes
#Catwoman #Batman #fashion illustration #Sketch #ink
All ink and brush!
and mirror on Photobooth
Can’t wait to be able to scan this and clean it up in Photoshop. Obviously based on Tim Burton’s Catwoman in terms of costume.
@2 years ago with 8 notes
#Catwoman #Batman #Fashion Illustration #Ink #Sketch
My scanner is on the brink so here’s a quick shot of some sketches I was doing last night- obviously Batman inspired.
Some quick ink sketches of my own catwoman. I did the initial outline in ivory letraset marker then used a thin brush and Windsor and Newton black ink to freehand on top.
Some of the proportions are a bit off and the one looking over her shoulder obviously has the rotational qualities of an owl but for 10 minute pieces I’m quite happy.
I think the one facing forward looks a little like Kristen Stewart- might be the agape mouth and sticky out ears.