24 February 2015

Gorgeous Illustrations Of 2015 Oscar Gowns Created With Delicate Paint Strokes

You may have noticed the beautiful gowns worn by the stars at the recent Oscars.

New York-based artist Katie Rodgers has recently recreated these gowns with her series of beautiful illustrations made with delicate paint strokes.

Rodgers, known as @paperfashion on Instagram, made her lovely illustrations with Q-Tips cotton buds instead of the usual paint brushes, and took five to 10 minutes to recreate each gown.

For added details, Rodgers subtly glued on sequins and used accents of gouache paint to complete each look.

Scroll down to view Rodgers’ recreated Oscar gowns, or visit her page to view more of her fashion illustrations.

#FelicityJones in Alexander McQueen. I'm so happy that her costar, #EddieRedmayne, won the Oscar. He was incredible in The Theory of Everything- my favorite movie of last year along with Whiplash. ✨#RedCarpetCanvas #Oscars

A photo posted by Katie Rodgers (@paperfashion) on Feb 23, 2015 at 5:02am PST

My favorite look of the night... of course! @jlo in @eliesaabworld ✨#Oscars

A photo posted by Katie Rodgers (@paperfashion) on Feb 22, 2015 at 8:01pm PST

One of our favorite things from the #Oscars last night? This carpet-stopping look with fabulous claw covers! Illustration by @paperfashion. #RedCarpetCanvas #Art #Ilustration #Fashion #Style

A photo posted by Q-tips (@qtips) on Feb 23, 2015 at 1:52pm PST

Our first #RedCarpetCanvas creation in progress! Can you guess which #Oscars look @PaperFashion is recreating? #Art #Fashion #Style #Illustration

A video posted by Q-tips (@qtips) on Feb 22, 2015 at 3:49pm PST

TONIGHT! Follow #RedCarpetCanvas on Twitter during the #Oscars where I'll be illustrating my favorite looks created exclusively with... @Qtips!✨🎨

A photo posted by Katie Rodgers (@paperfashion) on Feb 22, 2015 at 2:24pm PST

[via Buzzfeed, images via @paperfashion and @qtips]