Black and White Marisole Monday Paper Dolls Today!

I get asked fairly often for various old paper dolls to be produced in black and white. Considering the number of paper dolls on the blog and the fact that files are not always saved in formats that makes extracting the line work simple. In fact, this might be one of the last sets of these I do for a long time, because I am running out of files that are simple to convert and ending up with sets for which I only have the full merged final PDF. Pulling the black and white out of those files and not ending up with a black and white paper doll of very dubious quality is a challenge.


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Nautical Girl was first posted in 2010. Despite being four years old, I still really like her hair and her dress, though I could take or leave her shoes.


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Sweater Style was originally conceived as one of four sets which were going to each be a seasonal set. I think this was the fall or winter set (I truly do not recall…). I never did get the series finished and so I just have posted a few of them. At the time, I was living in Illinois where it was very cold in the winters. I rather miss winters when it would actually freeze.


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Draw because I thought I really needed more jeans in my paper doll sets, Stylish in Denim was a lot of fun. It is one of the rare paper doll sets where I owned at the time a fair number of the actual clothing pieces. It was also an early experiment in purses.

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5 Responses to Black and White Marisole Monday Paper Dolls Today!

  1. jazz13 says:

    You should do a Shakespeare Marisole.Viola from Twelfth Night would be cool. Or a mix of costumes from A Midsummer Nights Dream would be cool too.

  2. RLC says:

    Hmmm… I think Shakespeare is rather over done. I mean… there are a lot of other interesting playwrights. I suppose I could do a paper doll of someone really esoteric like Zenocrate from Marlow’s Tamburlaine.

  3. Amy says:

    Despite being four years old, I still really like her hair and her dress, though I could take or leave her shoes.

    Four years old?

  4. Kayla says:

    I love these dolls and I love that you are doing them in black and white. I don’t have a color printer so I used to use photoshop to make them black and white. My younger sisters also enjoy these dolls

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