Eduard Erlikh – Fashion Illustrator. His clients: vogue usa, vogue germany, vogue sposa italy, vogue japan, elle germany, marie clair france, madame figaro paris, bazaar japan, frau japan, wallpaper, w, town &country, tush, royalton hotel nyc, tiffany, bloomingdale’s, limited, federated, holt renfrew, nk stil, cinzano italy, clinique.
I found on youtube an excellent resource for improving your skills with drawing and rendering the clothed figure.
Tools include: Copic markers, Prismacolor pencils and markers, Tombo brush pens, gouache, liner pens and Milky Gel pens.
Czech designer Lenka Sárová Malíská – comes from Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) and made of porcelain … original brooches, mugs, plates, pots, jewelry. Shop Imaliska
Using minimal line work that varies in weight and thickness to give her figures depth, she contrasts this with a harsh cut edge of Letrafilm collage.
Her watercolour style is a softer approach where colour is literally thrown across the page landing in splashes and bleeds.
Looking for creative inspiration?
Here is a new line of fabrics from Amy Butler
Amy Butler – an artist and designer with very positive energy. Her collection of textil cloths are colourfull, playful, modern, very female and sophisticated yet relaxed enough to be enjoyed in everyday life. Amy Butler’s studio in Granville, Ohio, is a bustling beehive of activity. She designs sewing patterns, books, organic yarn and bedding, home office goods, stationery, and fashion and home décor products.
Looking for creative inspiration? Here is a new line of fabrics from Heather Bailey
Heather Bailey – a fabric and lifestyle designer, an inventor, and a mother of two amazing kids. Her designs were eagerly snatched up by celebrities and were offered by many of the world’s most exclusive stores including Fred Segal, Henri Bendel, and Bloomingdales, as well as high-end boutiques in Japan, Hong Kong, and Paris.