A Mia Paper Doll and Her Printable Summer Clothing


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Today’s Printable Paper Doll Inspirations: Pantone 2017  Color Report
A printable paper doll in color of an Asian girl with some summer clothing based on the Pantone 2017 color report. She's one of hundreds of paper dolls from paperthinpersonas.com.

A printable paper doll with some summer clothing based on the Pantone 2017 color report. She's one of hundreds of paper dolls to color from paperthinpersonas.com.

I had the realization that the last time I had posted a Mia paper doll was back in November of 2016 when I was doing my Bird Masquerade series. She got a masquerade gown based on a Loon. I loved that gown.

Anyway, I felt pretty strongly that I wanted to create a new Mia, since it has been six months. I went back and forth about a style for her. I thought about doing a fantasy set or a cyberpunk set, but I ended up settling on a casual summer set.

Color scheme wise, I based these colors Pantone’s 2017 Spring color report. I set a personal rule for myself that I couldn’t use any warm colors- no pinks, yellows or reds. Those are some of my favorite colors, so saying no to them was hard.

However, limitations sometimes create better stuff and I really love the peaceful feeling that this Mia clothing set has without the warm colors.

To give credit where credit is due, the blouse on the left was inspired by one I saw a student wearing at the college where I work. Hers was in reds and yellows, but since I was on a “no warm colors” kick, I ended up doing with blues and greens.

Well, what do you think of Mia’s outfit? Love those colors? Wish I’d gone with my tendency towards pink? Let me know in a comment. I always love to hear from you.

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5 Responses to A Mia Paper Doll and Her Printable Summer Clothing

  1. Julie says:

    This is a beautiful set. It’s amazing how many Marisole & Friends sets you’ve made. You deserve kudos simply for that!!

    I have colors I’m drawn to, as well. Greens and blues, mainly. Though I love magenta right now, too.

  2. Emily says:

    Hey, could you look at these? I <3 making dress up games with your dolls, what do you think of them?
    https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/1694972/

    • RLC says:

      Me and a friend who does some of the coding on Scratch were super impressed by the ballerina. It’s pretty amazing work, especially the music and the themed backgrounds. I’ve learned more about how Scratch’s art distribution works within the games and I have some concerns about that which I didn’t understand in 2015 when you first shared these with me. I’ll send you an email in a couple of days once I’ve learned a lot more.

  3. boots says:

    love the way the top wraps around so naturally. you always do cool things design-wise! : D

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