The New B&b Girl: A Vintage Styled Brunette Curvy Paper Doll


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Today’s Printable Paper Doll Inspirations:The Pattern on a Mechanical Pencil from Target
A retro inspired curvy brunette paper doll and her vintage styled dress, plus shoes. Part of the Bodacious and Buxom paper doll series, she can wear any of their clothing. Free to print for personal use.

A retro inspired curvy brunette paper doll and her vintage styled dress, plus shoes. Part of the Bodacious and Buxom paper doll series, she can wear any of their clothing. Free to print anc color for personal use.

The pattern on today’s printable paper doll dress was inspired by the pattern on a mechanical pencil I got from my boss as a Christmas present. I thought it was super cute.

I don’t judge where your art ideas come from. That’s all I’m saying.

Actually, that pattern was really the inspiration for the entire paper doll. Once I knew I wanted to draw the pattern, then the style of dress, something vintage looking, naturally followed. The black and white version, she just seemed brunette to me and I also couldn’t help but notice I hadn’t done a fair skinned B&B paper doll in a long while.

So, all these forces combined to bring you today’s vintage inspired brunette B&B printable paper doll.

Now I’m curious, what is the strangest thing you have ever based art off of? Anyone else gotten inspiration from the pattern off a mechanical pencil? Let me know in a comment.

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6 Responses to The New B&b Girl: A Vintage Styled Brunette Curvy Paper Doll

  1. Ladybug says:

    That pattern is pretty cute, now I’m wishing I had a pencil with it! ;p

    And I based a romance novel on my shower curtain, and a different book on a necklace with a dragon charm.

  2. Kiersten says:

    I want this dress!!!!!

    also the link for the black and white PDF link doesn’t work 🙂

  3. boots says:

    it’s beautiful! : D
    love the doll too. her eyes are so pretty!

  4. Yersinia says:

    One of my favourite templates on Colourlovers was inspired by the pattern on a store brand box of tissues. 😀

    http://www.colourlovers.com/pattern/template/494137/Gratuitous_Gratitude

  5. Amy says:

    Love the dress.

    I once based a painting on radishes.

    I often find pictures and stories in wood grain–there is totally a cowboy on a horse consoling a woman sitting on a bench in the wood grain on a cabinet in my hallway.

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