Today’s Printable Paper Doll Inspirations: Everyday Fashions of the Twenties: As Pictured in Sears and Other Catalogs, Bobble Hats
This is the first of a bunch of 1920s clothing I have drawn for the Poppets, so I hope everyone loves this era as much as I do. I originally drew the outfits last year when I was still doing sets and then I kinda forgot about them for a few months and rediscovered them while I was cleaning up my files at the end of the year.
I always do an annual file clean up and I often discover things I kinda forgot about or abandoned because they weren’t something I really liked. Boots wrote a really brave post on her blog, Pop Culture Looking Land, about failed projects. I wrote a follow-up over on my Patreon page for my Patrons.
Moral of the story: Sometimes, I abandon stuff and then find it again and go, “Actually, that’s not so bad.”
And this one of those things. I don’t even remember what I didn’t like about it. I think it was the ice skates.
Still now I look at them and I am like, “They’re okay. What was my problem?”
The human mind is a funny thing.
Can I make a confession? I have no idea how to ice skate. I think I have been on ice skates exactly three times and every time I ended up on my butt. It was not much fun. Still, I like watching other people ice skate, so that should be worth something.
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