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Q&A with Illustrator Natalia Nazimek

Fashion Illustrator, Natalia answers some of our questions to accompany some of her prettiest illustrations...

Written by Amica Lane

All images courtesy of the artist.

So can you tell me a bit about some of the projects you've been working on lately?
Most of my works on the website are a result of continuous recreational illustrating. Although I have been related to art for almost all my life, I haven't previously had a chance to learn how to use graphics software. I learnt it by trial and error, which took a little time! The first works were really simple, but now I pay more attention to details. It's very important for me to go ahead, to continue a progress, especially when I stopped doing this for myself and started creating projects for other people. Lately I have been receiving comissions for my drawings, which is a nice surprise, as I didn't expect people would like what I do. I hope to find more fans of my work.

What materials do you use when illustrating?

I create my works with Adobe Photoshop and Corel Draw and generally, I use a photo as a… read more

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