Pixie: Valentina

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day when we celebrate the death of a saint, by buying chocolate and paper hearts. I’ve had a rather bad history of horrible Valentine’s days, but I am trying to not let that get me down this year. Here we have Valentina with her red, white and black attire.


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In other news, it seems like a contest would be a good idea, so I’ll have to think of something to do which is contest like. I have a few ideas. It will be something casual, believe me. I’m also excited to say there will be something totally new next Sunday and it’s very exciting.

Okay, well, I’m excited. It’s possible no one else cares.

In the mean time, enjoy Valentina and on Monday there will be a Valentines Day themed Marisole. Oh, the hearts and the pink and the bows…. (It’s nearly terrifying.)


  1. Thank you, Corissa that’s very sweet of you to say. I, like Liana, think the white dress came out beautifully, but I’m not sure about some of the others.

    As for the contest, it will likely be more of a trivia thing then anything else and requires a little more thought on my part. It’ll work out I’m sure. 🙂

  2. Any chance of this one, or any other Pixie who hasn’t yet, coming out in black and white? I love the pixies, and I think I have colored all the ones that were available to color.

    1. The best answer I can give to this is maybe.

      I don’t like going back and dealing with old work if I can avoid it, but sometimes when I’m short on things to post or something else comes up, I do go and see what paper dolls I have saved in the right format to be able to easily make them into black and white versions if I haven’t got something else to post that week.

      During the normal paper doll process, I keep my line-work and my colors separate until the very end when I merge them to create the PDF version. If I saved the PSD file without the layers merged than creating a black and white version is easy, if I didn’t than making a black and white version is a royal pain. I never know until I look at the files.

      This is why I NEVER promise any old paper doll can be done in black and white. Sometimes, for the very old ones, I don’t even still have the original PSD files. (I had a pretty bad computer meltdown a few years ago and so… yeah.)

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