Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.

Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.  - student project

Pattern created out of Natalia Vodianova's features. 

Graphite Pencils: HB, 2B.

Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.  - image 1 - student project

Until this very moment I did not draw people at all, because it was kind of a tabu. Long ago I decided that all my creativity energy will present the Natures beauty only. However now I am working on a new series of the pattern with the features of a few very inspiring women. To avoid the banality of the  beautiful portrait, I decided to create an unusual mix of the body parts with the flowers, which reminds me the most of the model.

Here is the pattern only with the flowers, which were colored in Photoshop.

Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.  - image 2 - student project

Marble obsession. 

You probably know that marble is in fashion today, so I decided to create a marble texture in the first Unit! You are welcome to watch the video and see the detailed process of it's creation, it is very simple! 

Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.  - image 3 - student project

I also inverted the colors of the image so it looks like a black marble with the green shades.

Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.  - image 4 - student project

Gifts of the Universe.

This is my first pattern ever. It is not in the video class, but I still want to share it with you, since my love to the patterns started from that detailed pattern. 

Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.  - image 5 - student project

Since the tiling image looks very attractive it needs to be printed on the special items, for example:

I created a silk scarf with this design.

Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.  - image 6 - student project

This one is called Flowerville, I teach how to create this one from the beginning. 

Patterns made out from drawings and watercolors.  - image 7 - student project

Thank you for your attention!

Karina Eibatova

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