Tuesday, February 10, 2015

And the Graphic Cropped Top goes to...


Yey! Congratulations to Vandro Casiwan!
Your doll will be sporting this newest creation
from the atelier soon, darling!

I love that Vandro realized the need for a complementary color
to give this top an oomph! 
Even though my illustration is crappy hahaha
(because I was planning to create an actual balloon skirt,
but never found a perfect material),
you guys can see such color and lean shape
(the clean lines and dark colors of the top could use some
voluminous and bright partner in crime
for that perfect balance, yeah?)
make this image a fun party.

Congrats again, Vandro and this top
will be sailing its way to your doorstep super soon!
Kindly conctact me via email at atelierniSHASHA@gmail.com
or via Facebook :D

And of course, who's saying your ensembles are not fabulous?
I could just easily put on these staple bottoms and
I'm ready to rock the scene, right?

Everyone is a winner here, for sure!

So THANK YOU again so much 
from the bottom of my heart of hearts
for participating in this
first ever atelierniSHASHA design challenge,

I hope to see you again on our next challenge,
which is not very far away as I am already
preparing my next creation.
Okies?

Til next time, dollies!

Hugs and kisses,
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12 comments:

  1. OMG !!! Really happy to win something like this. Love, love, love the illustration too. You captured how happy I am. Thank you very much. Appreciate it a lot. :-) #happiness hmmmmm... Got me into thinking now as to who will try that versatile piece among the ladies.

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    1. Thanks, too, Vandro. I could have made her face happier but I was already too tired as I have not played with my watercolors for a V E R Y long time, hahahha! With you eye for fashion and beauty, I'm pretty sure you can easily find the perfect gal for this top!

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  2. Congrats to Vandro!! This is such a cute top too. I undertand what you mean by material shopping. It always hard when looking for scale size prints and such.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, Brini! I hope you had an awesome birthday celebration :)

      As with material shopping, most of us scale designers tend to be at the mercy of available materials. But I have accepted the fact that we can't always recreate what we had in mind to 1:6 scale. In fact, I have embraced what any fabric/material can be done for my scale projects. So every time I find and fall in love with a fabric, my imaginations run wild as to what things I can make from it, for my dollies :)

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    1. Thank you, dear! Grabbed my dusty illustration box of materials to give the contest something special, too :)

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  4. Wow! That was fun! I can't wait until the next one. Congratulations Vandro!!

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    1. Thanks, The grandmommy! I, too, am excited how to spice up the next giveaway :)

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, Georgia Girl! I hope you can join next time!

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  6. Great sketches. Thanks for sharing them.

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    1. Thank you, dear.. Everything I make, I try to share but often times we are in this creativity spiral that blogging about it can be the bottom priority.

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