Pixie & Puck: Cyborg

Obviously, I have been playing around with shiny a bit lately. I did it for the Marisole Superhero post. I have another shiny post in the early stages of work. I rather like the shiny effect, though there should be a more effective way of doing it then what I have been doing. I just don’t know what that might be at the moment.

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I am really lucky to have supportive friends. When I sit around while we watch movies or hang out and draw paper dolls their reactions are usually, “That’s neat.” Rather than making fun of me for being a mid-twenties graduate student whose drawing paper dolls.

When I was in high school and through most of college and I drew paper dolls, it was a tightly kept secret I shared with only a few people. I did say I collected, but it was always- because I have since I was a child… I never wanted to confess I really did still enjoy paper dolls.

I’ve gotten over it. Maybe it’s time or maturity or something else, but I no longer get nervous telling people about my weird hobby… most of the time. It’s still not something I advertise.

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4 Responses to Pixie & Puck: Cyborg

  1. Sara says:

    You should advertise your inner nerd. I have a chicken-cow t-shirt for example. I wanted to get the shirt that says “Your D12 cries itself to sleep at night” but they stopped making them or something. Yes, I am a D&D nerd, and proud of it!

    We should make a paperdolling t-shirt to advertise how awesome and nerdy we are.

  2. EK Lei says:

    Seeing this reminds me of that movie “I-Robot”. The main character had a robotic arm too.

  3. April says:

    I’d love to see a boy cyborg! :)

  4. Corissia says:

    I’ve always told everyone I could. Still do actually, even have a folder on my facebook. However I’ve always been trying to recruit more people, because most people have no idea what they’re missing (at least in my mind). All my co-workers know I go to a paper doll party in the spring.

    Sara, go check out Etsy for paper doll clothing and accessories, there’s some really amazing stuff on there.

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