High-res stock image (full length) of an elegant woman (my great-grandmother) circa 1890-1900. In this photo she was having her portrait done wearing her first full-length dress as a debutante, so she is quite young.
I thought I'd upload this and a few other similar photographs as I was hoping that someone could use them for something interesting.
If you do use them please put a link back to this page on your deviation page and PLEASE send me a link to your finished item as I'd LOVE to see what you clever folks could do with the image!
Small Fast scan, before going on holiday. I found a postcard showing a sewing workshop in 1900. Rather simply one more in the collection. Here we see women's clothing, who had to stand on the corset (see the shape of fashion models). Very often draped it came to cover high-waisted skirts.
DOWNLOAD FOR FULL VIEW Process: Sketch an idea, review it with comissioner. He wants it more down to earth, so I re did the pose. He approves, more drawing, figuring out forms, coloring, then special effects!
This is a bit late, but really liked the process of this art work, so I thought I'd share it. If you've seen other process I've done, you probably understand the red cylinder lines. I hope this helps and intrigues you in some ways. Enjoy!
Model: Lola Falooza
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Inspired by Alanna the Lioness from Tamora Pierce's books. 'The first adventure' is the book that made me fall in love with reading. I have such a clear memory of reading the end section where Alanna and Jonathan are defeating the Ysandir, I forgot to breath I was so excited. Needless to say Ive been wanting to create something Alanna-esque for many a year now.