Aleah Dodson - Ilustration portfolio
This watercolour and colour pencil illustration is a satirical ad campaign for a Marie Antoinette perfume named "Eau De Revoloution" whose bottle comes with a detachable head. Marie Antoinette was a teen idol, a crowd of 50,00 people came to see her in Paris but things didn't end well for her. Inspired by real perfume adverts, there's something quite fitting about a peasant lady, dreaming that she's in Versailles and opening this bottle.
Digititally edited watercolour and colour pencil illustratiions speculatively advertising the V&A's permanent dress collection.
Image of the two book covers i've illustrated so far, what they have in common is they're both eerie yet romantic and they're both made with collage and traditional mediums.
Blue and brown fineliner studies of Winterhalter's 'Princess Sissi' and Vasili's 'An Unequal Marriage' respectively.
Graphite pencil illustrationof a story from within a National Trust house.
Gouache portrait of Viscount Castlereagh from Mount Stewart in Northern Ireland.