Marisole Monday: Princess In Pink

Today’s Marisole has her being a fantasy maiden, possibly a Princess, once more. I do love my princess fantasy gowns.

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I know people have expressed some interest in seeing the process I go through to draw a paper doll. I never know how to show people what I do, but I scanned the dress on the far left with the blue in it during some of it’s stages of creation.

First of all, the dress was a simple pencil outline. And then I drew a detailed pencil version which had some pattern and folds and other things added. The version you see above is after it’s been inked and colored. As you might notice, the inked version is a little different then the final penciled version. Sometimes, I mess up while inking and just sort of go with it.

So, there’s a little look into some of the stages the paper dolls I draw go through.

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3 Responses to Marisole Monday: Princess In Pink

  1. Monica says:

    Wow! I love it! they are so beautifull!

  2. corissia says:

    I do the same thing sometimes when I make mistakes. I think I like the middle one the best. My daughter asked me today if she can get some of your paper dolls as her school reward. I promised her a new paper doll for every test she passes. (so far she always passes)

  3. RLC says:

    How fun. My mom used to offer to draw me paper dolls if I cleaned my room. I had to draw the clothing though. That was where I learned to draw paper doll clothing. I wish I still had some of those old dolls. If your daughter has any requests, let me know. I’m always happy to do things to help bribe children. :)

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