Pixie: Yasmine

When I don’t know what to draw for paper dolls, I tend to draw formal dresses. I think because formal dresses take up space (I don’t need a lot of them) and I can just kinda be random (which is nice). So, here we have a formal gown sort of post.

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{Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a 150 dpi PNG to Print} {Click Here for The Rest of this Series}

The name “Yasmine” is Arabic/Persian and was later adapted into Jasmine. I’ve always liked it. She’s kinda inspired by this Bollywood film Dil To Pagal Hai (The heart is Crazy) which stars the beautiful Karisma Kapoor who (like our paper doll) has the most amazing green eyes. That’s all I got about that. The only relation to the film, by the way, is that the paper doll and one of the actresses both have green eyes. Anything deeper is just… um… not there.

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9 Responses to Pixie: Yasmine

  1. Monica says:

    Very nice. =] I like them.

  2. Corissia says:

    That black gown is gorgeous, those folds are very nicely done. I like her eyes as well.

    Downside, both the PDF & the PNG links are showing up Gianna in fantasy-wear.

  3. RLC says:

    Ahh, the dangers of cut and paste. They should both be fixed now.

  4. Corissia says:

    Hooray! I download nearly every single one you post.

  5. Elizabeth says:

    I love Yasmine! She is so pretty, I love the short purple dress! I think that she is fantastic

  6. Elizabeth says:

    I love it although I think you could’ve added something else into this page but otherwise it is AWESOME!

  7. Elizabeth says:

    Keep the good work up!

  8. Elizabeth says:

    You probably already know by what I’ve said but I just wanted to tell you that it is great!

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