Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Pastels, Cut-Outs, Shorts, stripes

Here are another few drawings I did recently. The first one is a bit 60s and pretty crazy really, can't see anyone including myselft actually wearing that! But it was fun to draw! Maybe the bag would be nice in isolation or the shorts with a simpler top. I am also quite partial to those shoes.

The second picture fits my ''3 gals on the tear'' formula! Don't particularly like the outfits I've put them in! Typical me ''molly you can draw anything, you are designing these clothes'' and then i go and draw something that i wouldn't be seen dead in but hey.....they girls in the drawings can pull it off can't they? Then sometimes I draw something and wish i could make it. I'd love to see that process from paper to 3D.

Quite like that third dress despite its weird owl-eye boob details! Can't imagine it being overly flattering in real life, unless on a svelte 6 ft model. Maybe it's better some things stay on paper.

Sequinned Dresses

Did this last night, in celebration of finally finishing all my written exams! Two clinical exams now (AH!!!) to go and then SUMMER! The summer that started for most students at least two weeks ago! Hope you like them. Thanks to people for following me, it's great to know people are actually looking at my drawings. Its just nice to have some other outlet to be a bit creative because apart from the odd diagram in an essay, there isn't a whole lot of art in medicine! That's why I really wanted to do something for the paper in Trinity but had an interview with the Trinity News last year and think they were a bit unimpressed! 'So you just do fashiony stuff' was along the lines of what they said! They wanted someone who could do sketches of people as they were being interviewed, cartoons etc. So hopefully they found their amazing all rounder! I would say if someone is that good, they're probably in NCAD or Dun Laoghaire! Hope people's summers are going well. More drawings to follow soon.