This was a fashion illustration showing an Ankara blouse with frills. I tried to give the sketch model a realistic pose. I also tried to capture the actual floral print of the blouse and its frilly base. Its style is supposed to be modern and a bit street, but still retain its traditional Ankara nativity.
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This was an artwork that I’ve always wanted to attempt. It’s based on one of the card titles(in this case, the Queen of hearts) coming out of their cards. This really took me a while as I experimented a lot with colors and concepts. I finally settled on a brown monotone to give the artwork an aged, realistic look as it seemed like a good visual style.
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This was a fashion illustration for simply Victoria couture.it was the design for an Ankara dress. I tried to make the illustration as basic as possible but still make the model’s pose and dress fit realistic.
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This was an artwork I did to capture a point in many lives. Where they lose ourselves to one too many drinks, especially when they didn’t plan for it. I used quite a number of colors and narrow brushes. I wanted it to have color, but not be too colorful
This was a basic fashion design sketch for a Nigerian ankara design company. I tried to make the models face realistic but tried not to use too many colors and themes since it is a basic illustration.
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This was an artwork that was to depict a state of being larger than life. A state of being someone people admire and love to the point of being worshipped. I used a lot of colors on this one. But faintly blended them.
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This was a commissioned art. I was asked to make an egyptian cleopatra like figure. I tried to make the art look realistic and a bit old. I also wanted the woman to have african features. I went with many shades of brown to age the painting slightly