Today’s Printable Paper Doll Inspirations: Sorceresses and Flowers
So, I’ve been drawing Bodacious and Buxom paper dolls since 2013 (which sorta surprised me when I did the math) and I’ve never done a fairy version.
I didn’t even realize that until I was writing today’s post and I thought, “I’ll link to any other fairy B&B content I have.”
And then I was like, oh, I don’t have any. Opps.
Anyway, I’m not sure what that has to do with anything except that I was struck by this while I was writing this post and I wanted to share.
Obviously, today’s fairy printable paper doll is a long time coming. You don’t see a lot of curvy fairies in this world and I think that’s a little sad. Curvy girls can be fairies, too.
Afro-puffs inspired the fairy printable paper doll’s hair. My love of afro-puffs is well documented on this blog and continues apace. Along with not seeing a lot of curvy fairies, you don’t see a lot of fairies with natural hairstyles either.
I almost gave her more natural brown skin as well, but then I was like, she’s still a fantasy creature. Plus I have an odd fondness for blue skin.
(Not unlike my odd fondness for afro-puffs.)
If you’re not sure about the blue skin, than there’s a lilac version over on my Patreon page. It’s open the public so anyone can view it. My patrons got to see it on Saturday.
Meanwhile, let me know. Do the B&B girls need more fairies in 2018? And if not, what else would you like to see?