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When I drew Audrey Hepburn

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Audrey IM3It’s time for a confession.

Although 95% of the films I love to indulge in are either all-guns-blazing action movies or colourful-and-magical animations, I must admit that I’m a sucker for the romantic old Hollywood films.

There was a simpler time, when acting in the dramatic arts was exactly that: acting dramatically! From the glamorous clothes to the impeccably unrealistic bedtime make up – the era of old Hollywood has me charmed!

One of the films I’ve rewatched over and over again is the beloved Sabrina. With its well mannered humour and romantic plot, I have been enchanted by Audrey Hepburn’s most wonderful work. I’m not sure if it’s the naive-blushing kind of infatuation that only a teenager could experience, or maybe it’s the elegantly powerful transformation one can undergo with a little bit of inspiration – but something about this movie turns me into a doe-eyed romantic.

So I thought, you know what would be great? If I attempted to illustrate Sabrina doing what she does best: giving a coy side glance to life – I hope you like it!

Remember to have a good day. Remember to smile more, laugh more, allow yourself to get excited!

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2 thoughts on “When I drew Audrey Hepburn

  1. Love this (and also very nice to see you back on here!)

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