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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Dania Denise Fan Art

There's a very talented portrait artist named Clothilde d'Adamo...I was pleasantly surprised to receive an email from him, explaining that he loved my photos and wanted to do a free portrait of me. So I gave him a photo and here is the final result:

Pretty cool, huh? Clothilde also does wedding and celebrity portraits, among other types of work. Check out his site to see more of his talents:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/101941747/custom-wedding-portrait-clip-art-designs

Thanks, Clothilde, you are awesome!!!

5 comments:

BAM Marketing said...

Very cool! It's a great portrait :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Dania!
I loovvvee your blog and that drawing is so amazing! I had a couple questions and didn't know where to post them, so I thought I should just post them here. I'm 16 years old, 5 foot 6 and 3/4 and my measurements are 34-25-36. Basically, here's a list of everything that may stop me from being a model: my face isn't very symmetric, like one of my eyes has a more asiany look to it while the other has folds and looks more like a non-Asian eye, and I also have acne scars, it's not that bad ( like if I wear make up you can't even tell, but, if I have to go to a casting call without make-up... well... it's not going to look that good. I also have stretch marks on my hips that kinda wrap around to my butt too, but I read your post on that and it made me feel sooo much better! But here's the one thing that really freaks me out: my stomach! I have this belly fat (it like starts from my belly button and curves down to my upper hip kind of belly fat) and it's so embarrassing! I couldn't even imagine what it'd be like if I had to show my stomach! But, I read that Dita Von Teese (my favorite fashion icon) hired girls who have "curves" and axed anyone too skinny. But to the point, is it necessary for a flat stomach in the modelling world? And if it is important, what types of exercise and diet should I try to implement into my life?

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Anonymous! You'll find the answer to your questions in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #428," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!

Pedro said...

Loved the art :) nice portrait. :)

Diana, Should I contact the agency first or put my composite on a envelope and send to them without communicating? -- Other thing, Do I send my composite card just by itself or should I write a letter with "blah blah blah's" on it? Not really necessary, right?
--Imma send my composite and snapshots together. If I send a letter together, what should I write?

Thanks!

Dania Denise said...

Hi, Pedro! You'll find the answer to your questions in its own post, titled "Answering a Reader Question #433," which can be found on my new blog: "Modeling 101 - Answering Readers Questions."

Please visit this link: http://amodelsdiary-readerquestions.blogspot.com/ and you can view your post there. Thanks for reading!