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Camila Nogueira Illustrations

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“Using pastel tones and playing with delicate light, shadow, and elegant lines, I create magical images with a dreamy vibe. My work focuses on cityscapes and landscapes as my favorite subject.”

Portfolio: www.camilaillustration.pt
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camila_illustration/

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