Marisole Monday: Sweet Cream

Thumbnail link image printable paper doll {Click Here for a PDF to Print} {Click Here for a PNG to Print} {Click Here for the rest of this series}

The thing about this blog is that writing is hard. Drawing is hard too, but somehow less hard then writing. I think it’s because I draw in stages- pencil and then ink and then shade and then scan and then re-size. Sometimes those events occur in a slightly different order, but I always have multiple pieces in multiple stages of work. Yet, writing I find I stare at a white screen and have to think of something to say.

Ideally, something intelligent and nuanced to say… Okay, maybe not nuanced, but at least intelligent. Or coherent. I think I at least get coherent. Usually.

Boots wrote a really wonderful post a few weeks ago about momentum and how hard it is to keep it up. She’s right. When I get into a groove I can prep several paper dolls in a row and schedule them all and feel like I’m getting somewhere and when I’m not in a groove… well… it all takes much longer. Enjoy this pastel spring like Marisole. This paper doll is also available in black and white which I posted last week.

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6 Responses to Marisole Monday: Sweet Cream

  1. B says:

    Would you mind if I used some of the dolls as characters in a sci-fi I’m thinking of doing? I was looking at them and just got inspired!

  2. boots says:

    love love love that buttery yellow skirt. it would look terrible on my given my pasty complexion, but i can live vicariously through Marisole!

    : D

  3. Irma says:

    She is so pretty and her clothes are very cute.

  4. B says:

    @RLC
    Thanks, I’ll be sure to!
    =D

  5. jazz13 says:

    That yellow skirt is SO cute.

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