Pixies in Black and White

Thumbnail link image printable paper doll {Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a 150 dpi PNG to Print} {Click Here for The Rest of this Series}

Since my primary concern for the next few weeks is class work, thesis writing and job searching, I thought I would just post some Pixie paper dolls I have already posted in color, but post them in black and white. I felt a little guilty doing it as just one, so there are two this week- Blossom and Masquerade- both are paper dolls which I think would be fun to color as they have some pattern in their clothing and bows.. a lot of bows…

Thumbnail link image printable paper doll {Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a 150 dpi PNG to Print} {Click Here for The Rest of this Series}

Plus I have been getting requests for paper dolls in black and white, so I guess I could pretend I was listening to people rather than just doing what I knew I could get done and posted without having to spend too much time on it. Despite the practical concerns of getting something up to, as I like to say, “feed the blog”, I know people like to color and I think its important to give people the chance to do that. These are also both paper dolls which I really liked the full color versions of (which you can see here and here), so I hope people also like the black and white versions.

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6 Responses to Pixies in Black and White

  1. Sara says:

    Awesome! These are a couple of my favorite pixies! Thanks =D

  2. RLC says:

    Thanks. It’s always fun to be noticed. :) Though considering my lack up updating these days, I suppose it could have come at a better time…

  3. Edee says:

    I must tell you: your dolls are exquisite! Achingly so! I print them out (whole page) and post them where I can enjoy them. Incidentally, I have also printed out the b/w dolls for a friend who needs the meditative quality of coloring pretty things. I bought her colored pencils and a pencil length tin, so she might be able to carry them around in her purse (ha! It just occurred to me I should have included a pencil sharpener).
    Thank you for your art. Good job!
    ej

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