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Jasmin of Friend in Fashion

(Jasmin, 11 x15 watercolor gouache)  

Isn't she pretty. Inspired by super darling Jasmin of Friend in Fashion, this is definitely one of my favorites from my Fashion Blogger Watercolor Series. 
(Teaser was posted here)


Jasmine Nicole said…
looks good! I can't wait to see the rest
Kia Sue said…
Amazing! especially the hair, but the whole work is perfect!
▲ FARRAH ▲ said…
WOW. Just WOW.


Jessica said…
wow that is so gorgeous!

Clara Turbay said…
Dynamic, modern and tasteful.
Daisy said…
Very beautiful, it's the hair that drags me in!
You are so incredibly talanted. I'm in awe.
Jennifer said…
These are amazing drawings!

xo Jennifer

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