Curves 2.0 The Beginning…

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When I started this blog, the temptation was to name all of my paper dolls after Greek letters. So, there could be Alpha and Beta and Omega and others. However, I decided that they would end up sounding like some sort of strange paper doll SWAT team.

On an only slightly less surreal note, I have decided to give each of the Curves 2.0 dolls a name based on a letter of the alphabet. So, today we have the first paper doll. Her name is Alyssa. She’s a redhead for I openly confess to having a soft spot for redheads. Her skin looks overly pale on some computers and normal on mine, so I can’t really say much about that. I’ve decided to call the paper dolls “Dictionary Girls” after the idea of “Calendar Girls” which dates from the tendency for there to be pin-ups on calendars.

The plan is to have another paper doll for next week and then some clothing for them the week after so that aren’t running around in their underwear, poor dears.

PS: To everyone who wanted these dolls to be done in the heavily shadowed style of the old Curves sets, there’s another new series starting Friday which will replace Flora and will be in that style.

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4 Responses to Curves 2.0 The Beginning…

  1. Sara says:

    She looks great! I love her wigs. And her pose is so sassy! Thanks! =)

  2. ART Taylor says:

    so cool. I love them!!!

  3. Missy says:

    I absolutely love it. The top wig makes me think almost 20′s era flapper style, but this may just be because of the books I’m reading right now. I can’t wait to see more next week!

  4. Deborah K says:

    I’ve been randomly downloading a few of your paper dolls. So far this one is my favorite. And probably the closest to how I see myself in my mind! lol Thank you!

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