Ballet is artistically beautiful and physically taxing and an absolute joy to watch. Like many when I was a tiny tot, I wanted to be a ballerina. Especially for the tulle tutus and sparkly embellishments that came with the job.
Though, this series, focused on whimsical and wild looks that no real ballerina would probably want. 🙁
Oh well. The inspiration behind theses were different cultures, subcultures and animals. (Like I said, zany.) Granted, most of these aren’t practical but they sure are pretty and fun!
Which do you like the best? My favorites turned out to be No. 5,7,8.
So ends this little fashion therapy session in which I confront my ludicrous fear of fashion prints. It was great fun blending colors and lines together, maybe one day I can get the fabric made from these designs.Stay Tuned!
Here is the last set of this series No. 23-32. My favorites from this set are 23,27,29. Which are yours?
This a continuation of my attempt to confront my (ridiculous) fear of fashion prints.I learned how much fun it was to blend colors, shapes and lines together. It’s a fun way to express your creativity, plus you get to wear it afterwards!
This post features designs No. 11- 22.
My favorites from this set are 11,14,20. Which do you like the best?
As much as I like fashion and all the creativity it entails, I must confess that I have a fear of prints. Call me boring, I tend to almost exclusively wear solids. On purpose. It’s not that I don’t like them, but that they scare me.
But, later I realized, that’s not really fair. So to curb my (stupid) fear
of prints (as well as use up leftover gouache paint), I decided to fill my little 5.5 x 8 in. watercolor sketchbook with 32 mini paintings of these little babies!