Dress it Up Baby Doll!

This blog is a collaboration between three illustrators. Monthly each illustrator will please your ocular sense with their personal interpretation of fashion.

nicolescerraillustrates:

Velvet
Inspired by dress found here, at The Ornamented Being
Photoshop, Illustration 

nicolescerraillustrates:

Velvet

Inspired by dress found here, at The Ornamented Being

Photoshop, Illustration 

nicolescerraillustrates:

Illustration inspired by this fashion photograph by Richard Bernardin in Elle Canada September 2013.

nicolescerraillustrates:

Illustration inspired by this fashion photograph by Richard Bernardin in Elle Canada September 2013.

nicolescerraillustrates:

Parrot Yellow
Inspiration can be found here at Modcloth.

nicolescerraillustrates:

Parrot Yellow

Inspiration can be found here at Modcloth.

Invoice

Section Four (Floor Four) is currently detained. The deadly bar fish, Cuddles has escaped and is on a rampage. Please refrain from the use of Section Four (Floor Four) until the aforementioned fish hysteria has been dealt with. I urge the occupants (All three of you) to remove other aquatics before he puts them in similar moods.

Bring mops. 

The Building Between March and 15th Street.

Peasant Chic 
A milk maid who moonlights as a soothsayer. 
Unfinished study 
-AMGS 
True Blue 
AMGS
nicolescerraillustrates:

Inspiration found here on ModCloth,  the outfit was too adorable not to illustrate, follow their own blog at The Clothes Horse. 
Gouache and Watercolor on Bristol Board. 
~ Nicole 

nicolescerraillustrates:

Inspiration found here on ModCloth,  the outfit was too adorable not to illustrate, follow their own blog at The Clothes Horse

Gouache and Watercolor on Bristol Board. 

~ Nicole 

erinraeawesome:

Have some 1930s beach pyjamas, ladies.

Does this make you happy?

erinraeawesome:

Have some 1930s beach pyjamas, ladies.

Does this make you happy?

Hey Babydolls,
Sketch of outrageous swim suit.
admired by never worn by AMGS 
Color pencils 
Hey Dolls, In a flight of fancy I decided to paint the bathing suit green.  Kinda reminds me of what people would wear in the Emerald City. 
watercolor and gouache on watercolor paper. 
~Nicole