Giulia Bogliolo

Giulia Bogliolo

-Do you think you're better every day? -No, I just think I'm two steps nearer to my grave. -Keep yourself alive!
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Anonymous said: by any chance could you do a lil tutorial/process of how you draw limbs in different poses? legs/thighs, your legs always look so jaunty and charming i love it but i never know.

Created By: Kikinka4.12

Created By: Kikinka4.12

Fullbody types by Precia-T on DeviantArt

Fullbody types by Precia-T on DeviantArtj

Created By: Kikinka4.12

Dress up games for girls at Stardoll. Stardoll, the world's largest community for girls who love fame, fashion and friends.

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Handpainted props on Behance

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awitcheveryotherday: Bottles - watercolor by JuliaTar

Book icons, Sylwia Smerdel on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/book-icons

Book icons by Saarl spellbook spell tome diary journal magic item equipment weapon game user interface gui ui

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Chanbaralla “Thirteen closeups of women’s costumes with details of their sashes and inscriptions in Japanese identifying styles and proper circumstances for wearing them.” Woodblock print, early 20th century, Japan, by artist Ayasono

nobrashfestivity: “Ayasono, Ways to Tie an Obi, A New Publication (Shimpan obi musubisama kusagusa) 1920 ”