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 Mixed Fashion Drawings from Jomana, Michelle

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Mixed Fashion Drawings from Jomana, Michelle

Fashions By Jomana

Here are 4 great sketches by  Jomana Al-Saleh who is 26 and lives in Kuwait. She likes drawing and photography and has been doing fashion designs since she was 17. These were done in 2003.

One day Jomana would like to have her own fashion company. Sounds like she already has a wonderful name for it.

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Sketch of black evening dress on red background. Fashion drawing of woman inred and black trousers and jacket by Jomana. Fashion drawing of woman in flared split rousers and bra top  by Jomana. Fashion drawing of woman in bell bottom red hipster trousers and cropped top by Jomana.


Fashions By Michelle

Here are the first 2 fashion sketches I have received from Michelle Pavri who loves fashion designing and looking at fashion sites.

What a talented visitor.

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Sketch of woman wearing black evening coatdress and lime green shorts.

 Sketch of black evening trousers and long check cape.

You can of course instead use CAD software.


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