This was a rendering done in my rendering class… the assignment was to take a picture of an fancy shoe we were given, and create an outfit to go with it. The picture I was handed was of these peacock feathered boots. Done all with watercolor.
This is my 1780’s corset made for my Costume Production 1 class to go under my Chemise a la Rein. I am not dressed period for the pictures in order for you to be able to see the corset better. the top layer is a beetle green silk taffeta. I raised the top of the… Read more »
For my Costume Production Class 1 and 2 I had to construct a 1780’s corset, underpinnings, and dress. I picked Marie Antoinette’s Chemise a la Rein dress. The corset is made of silk taffeta, the bum roll is made of cotton and filler, and the petticoat is made of bleached cotton. The dress itself is… Read more »
These sneakers I made for my best friend as a gift. I used regular sharpie and fabric sharpie. All of the art is my own save for the octopus which the design I got from the internet by request of my friend, but free-handed onto the shoe.
In my rendering class, we were given images of red carpet dresses and asked to render it with marker. I got Charlize Theron in this beautiful satin dress. The actual dress is below the rendering so you can see the comparison.
This is a 1950’s inspired dress I made for my Costume Methods sewing class at Boston University. It is made of blue and black striped silk taffeta, with a zipper and key hole on the back, and one pocket on the front. There are two covered buttons I made, and I pattern matched all the… Read more »
This was a Freshman Year of college painting assignment. We had to paint the image we were given as accurately as possible, but scaled up. Acrylic paint medium.
Taken for photography class.
These designs were made for a contest sent to School for Fashion Design in Boston for a free ride into their summer classes. We were asked to make a sportswear, a work, evening, and wedding look. (I don’t show the sportswear look here because I wasn’t happy with the end result.) I did not end… Read more »