Practice makes perfect – Part 2

Today after taking a looong break, I decided to get back into fashion illustrating again. Because I’m on instagram and follow a lot of artists, I get inspired everyday and its a good source to use  especially when you’re not sure what to draw next.

Here are my experiments:


I decided to just focus on watercolour paint and was inspired by David Dowton’s work for this one. I was advised by Inslee to study/check his work out. After all being/aspiring to be a fashion illustrator is all about finding your niche so that when someone looks at your work, they’ll know it’s yours.

A nice picture and some words of wisdom all in one mini post

Have a nice weekend,

Pencil skirt and shoes

You know that feeling when you wake up and feel you have to get things done? You do! I had it today and completed 2 illustrations


I’m still on my road to success and awesomeness as my work is getting there. My old work compared to this looks nothing alike. It just comes to show practise makes perfect!
If you have any questions, commissions or tips please leave a comment or email me. Thank you


Hey everyone, I’m sure you’ve heard of the website The place for selling your own creations for others to see and purchase… Everyone is on there!
I’m thinking of taking these fashion illustrations a little bit more seriously and make an etsy account. I want to be able to share my work with everyone.

They would probably consist of bookmarks, prints and cards. If anyone has any ideas or tips for a 17 year old, please let me know 🙂



Hey beautiful people,
I’ve started my art project and we get to choose whatever we want… so I chose “Anorexia”. It’s slightly off fashion illustrations but it’s still drawings.


This is one of the first pictures I drew but it’s not finished. However, my main message is that you’re all beautiful no matter what; big, small, male or female. You are all BEAUTIFUL..X