Bodacious & Buxom Paper Dolls Get to be a Northern Warrior Maiden


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Today’s Printable Paper Doll Inspirations: Vikings… Kinda, But Not Really That Much
Wildly impractical Viking inspired armor with an axe and boots for a printable paper doll.

Wildly impractical Viking inspired armor with an axe and boots for a printable paper doll coloring page from paperthinpersonas.com

I am not a big Viking fan-girl. There are people out there who are just obsessed with Vikings and, mostly, I respect that. I’ve done my fair share of Viking research and drawn Viking women’s garments based on that research (read that here). You can check out those historical Viking paper doll outfits over here.

And I am here to say that this paper doll ain’t that. Vikings inspired today’s warrior paper doll outfit to have the same accuracy as a Wagner opera about vikings. In other words, not a whole lot of that.

Rather than accuracy, I wanted to draw fur and fantasy armor. Not practical fantasy armor, but absurd fantasy armor. Made more absurd, because this armor wouldn’t keep you warm in the cold northern climate anyway.

There is fur there, but it is pretty decorative rather than actually practical. Still, I had a bunch of fun drawing it. It was a hoot to create.

I am happy to create things that are just fun and not really realistic or practical.

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6 Responses to Bodacious & Buxom Paper Dolls Get to be a Northern Warrior Maiden

  1. Julie says:

    Your fantasy armor is some of my favorite stuff! Love the metal & fur with just a tiny bit of bright blue. Really cool set!

  2. Annemarie says:

    Love the blue…and the boots look really comfortable, which is more than I can say for most fantasy armor boots.

  3. Cathy says:

    I have to admit, I almost always like ‘vaguely inspired by’ stuff better than historically accurate stuff! It’s just so much more fun! 🙂

    • RLC says:

      I love doing both. I think I would get bored one way or the other. I enjoy learning about the history of clothing and sometimes copying something that already exists is both easier and more challenging then creating my own designs.

  4. boots says:

    for not being a big fan, you did an amazing job with this! super fun and all the details are really cool (practical or not!).

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