This was a customized illustration for an Ankara crop top and a frilly skirt(post release). Its style is casual and street. Something to wear for an average everyday event. I was also asked to include the dress dimensions.
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This was an illustration for an eBook titled strange bedfellows. I read the story and its main theme was seduction and betrayal. The cover illustration is pretty straightforward, a man and a woman engaging in an elegant dance(covering the seduction theme.) The man is wearing a mask, which depicts that he is not who he seems to be, which hints towards betrayal.
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There really wasn’t a concept behind this. I was just playing around. All I knew going into this is that I wanted something natural and beautiful
This was the concept art(eBook version) for one of my previous commissioned art. Its supposed to depict the feeling of “being on cloud nine.” Or feeling on top of the world. I used the concept of a girl sitting on a rainbow because I thought it was cute. This art captures a happy feeling, so I tried to use a variety of colors while still using the standard sky colors.
This was a fashion illustration for a lacy gown with a thigh high slit, something good for evening wear. As usual for these illustrations I tried to make the model’s pose, dimension and anatomy realistic. I also tried to capture a decent lace print.
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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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