Jinn in Some Bright Colors

Marisole Monday and Friends Logo and Link to free printable Marisole Monday paper doll If I was going to give out a prize for “set I colored the most times”, I think this one might be in the running for winning it. I think I went through four or five color schemes with this set.

I’m still traveling, so today’s post is a little late. I rather forgot it was Monday which tends to happen to me when I’m away from work and busy. I hope everyone had a lovely Easter sunday. I watched two little girls with matching Easter dresses ride their bikes up and down the street and concluded that they were, very possibly, the cutest things I’d seen in a long time.

Plus it wasn’t raining and that rarity in Southeast Alaska is a welcome change from the usual.

Meanwhile, we have our Jinn now fully colored with bright orange skin, blue hair and a colorful wardrobe. As I mentioned above, I went through quite a few different color schemes before I decided that I liked this one.


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To be entirely honest, I am still not sure I totally like the colors. I find the more complicated patterns that outfits have than the more confusing the color schemes become. Plus our Jinn has orange skin, which doesn’t really help in the coloring arena. I wanted to keep her copper colored skin and blue hair, as Jinn are supposed to be made up of smokeless fire and scorching heat.

This maybe the only post this week. I might manage another one. I just don’t know for sure yet… travel can be exhausting.

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6 Responses to Jinn in Some Bright Colors

  1. Melinda says:

    I’d like to see he others

  2. boots says:

    i love her copper skin! in my head her outfits were all fiery red and orange and gold so this was a startling difference to me. as always, your ability to mix colors that i would never think of emboldens me!

    : D

    • RLC says:

      I started with that color scheme, but the copper skin made it hard to get contrast with the red and orange scheme I started with.

  3. Toria says:

    I love your color combination!

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