Marisole Monday: Fruity Autumn

I don’t think I’m that great of an artist. This isn’t a plea to be reassured or an attempt to fish for compliments, I’m just being honest. And I say this because what I draw rarely looks like I wanted it to look in my head. I’m often satisfied with my work, but I rarely look at it and think, “Yeah, that came out just like I wanted it too.”


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Marisole’s hair today is a rare case where I can say that it came out just like I wanted it too. It looks natural, bouncy and cute. I am quite pleased.

There were originally a few more pieces on this set, but than there was a tragic run in with a glass of egg nog and well… now there are a few fewer pieces on this set.


Oh well… I hope everyone is having a lovely holiday season.

By the way, this is the 100th Marisole paper doll post… though not the 100th Marisole design, since she has been posting in both black and white lately… still, not a bad achievement.

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3 Responses to Marisole Monday: Fruity Autumn

  1. Julie says:

    Congrats on hitting 100 🙂 I think your drawings have a lovely, lyrical quality and that is more important than any formal training.

  2. RLC says:

    Thank you, Julie. That’s very kind of you to say.

  3. jazz13 says:

    Her hair is SUPER cute. And the denim looking shirt with the pocket? Love it. 😀

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