A Set of Fantasy Costumes for the Sprite Printable Paper Dolls


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Today’s Printable Paper Doll Inspirations: This Tunic and This Dress from my Pinterest Fantasy Board
A set of medieval inspired fantasy clothing for the Sprites printable paper dolls. The guy paper doll outfit is a long sleeved tunic and trousers tucked into boots. The lady Sprite outfit is a bell sleeved dress with a belt and trim. Accessories include a sword, dagger and necklace.

A set of medieval inspired fantasy clothing for the Sprites printable paper dolls. The guy paper doll outfit is a long sleeved tunic and trousers tucked into boots. The lady Sprite outfit is a bell sleeved dress with a belt and trim. Accessories include a sword, dagger and necklace. . Free to print, color, and play with from paperthinpersonas.com.

I had fun drawing today’s fantasy outfits for the Sprites. They’re a little cliche perhaps, but since when I have I let that stop me from doing something?

Part of the fun of drawing the Sprite’s series is thinking of how to coordinate a guy’s outfit and a girl’s outfit to at least seem to go together, if not perfectly match. In this case, the guy’s outfit came first. I love the asymmetry of this tunic. Adding the layers of trimming was a way to emphasize that design detail.

The lady Sprite dress was inspired by this fantasy dress, which I confess isn’t very unusual. I did like the higher waist and I wanted to mirror the trim on the guy’s tunic. I added the metal details to the belt as a way of giving the whole look some more dimension.

In my head, these outfits are for a culture that lives somewhere cold. The boots and the long sleeves are for warmth. There’s also probably some symbolic meaning in the different trimmings, but I’m not sure what exactly.

I think the color scheme is also making me think frozen Northland or, at least, slightly temperate Northland. Interestingly enough, there’s a whole different color scheme to see and download on my Patreon page. It’s open to everyone, but donations to the blog’s upkeep are always gratefully accepted.

Meanwhile, let me know what you think of today’s Sprites outfit in a comment.

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2 Responses to A Set of Fantasy Costumes for the Sprite Printable Paper Dolls

  1. Julie says:

    So great! The plum and blue and just perfect. Cliche or not, I love this!

  2. Elicia says:

    they’re so cute! and they look so wintery it makes me happy on this cold day here

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