Circuits and Fishnet: Cyberpunk Printable Paper Doll

Today Marisole printable paper doll is going cybergoth since there’s just not enough neon and shiny in Marisole’s eclectic paper wardrobe. This is the first new Marisole in a depressingly long time… I confess I spent time I probably should have spent revising a paper on this, but after five hours in the library my mind is pretty much non-functional anyway. And it’s nice to come home to paper doll coloring as a relaxing project to work on.

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Now, I did recently get my hands on Gothic: Dark Glamour by Valerie Steele. While I normally I like Steele’s work, I was a bit disappointed by this book. It didn’t have the lavish pictures I have come to want in any costume book I buy. Still, it did have a fairly nice description of cyber-gothic and helped me narrow things down to black with neon accents. The hair was the hardest part of this paper doll, but I am actually quite pleased at how it came out. The other piece I am most proud of is the shiny black corset. Shiny fabrics are something I am still practicing and I am totally excited at how perfect the corset turned out to be. It’s rare that I really feel like I’ve achieved what I wanted with texture. Texture is hard.

So, I’ve done a dark steampunk paper doll over the years, a gothic Lolita one and one punk paper doll, but I don’t think I’ve ever really done a traditional gothic paper doll unless you count my vampire paper doll in 2010. I wonder if I should? What do other people think?

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8 Responses to Circuits and Fishnet: Cyberpunk Printable Paper Doll

  1. Twizzler says:

    I would love to see a Gothic Marisol or Pixie.

  2. Sara says:

    Gothic would be fun =)

    But then, most of the stuffs you come up with is fun. I never woulda thought of cybergoth paperdoll, but this is so cool. Those furry pink boots rock btw =)

  3. Lioness says:

    I love this! And I would be happy if you made a gothic Marisole!

  4. RLC says:

    I’m glad you like the furry boots. I was a bit unsure about them, but they seemed pretty standard during my cybergoth research, so I thought I should include them.

  5. Dreamer says:

    make a traditional gothic Marisole. between you and her, she could totally pull it off and rock it.

  6. B says:

    Talk about wild…those colors is crazy!

  7. Heidi says:

    I think you did a great job on the hair. I’m also digging her tattoo and nose ring. Very neat doll all around.

  8. jazz13 says:

    The hair is so cool. Love the neon!

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