So that was the busy part.
I've also been a little bored.
I've been working more in Photoshop lately and loving it, so when I jump back into Illustrator to create the paper doll downloads for this blog it feels like work. That's not good for me or you, honestly. I have a paper doll that will be in the next Paperdoll Studio magazine that I created in Photoshop and I can't wait to share it here! I want that kind of enthusiasm when I work on a project. This is, after all, mainly a hobby and hobbies should be fun. (Not to say I wouldn't love to totally go pro, just throwing that out into the ether!!!)
So I'm thinking about developing a Photoshop-colored paper doll series for the blog. I have some ideas, but nothing concrete. Suggestions are always welcome! I'm not sure how much time I'll have as my oldest starts school and my joint project with my husband takes off, but I want to keep creating paper dolls. We'll see what I come up with....
And finally, a paper doll!
I wanted to make another family set, like I did at Easter. In fact, I think these holiday family dolls might inspire a new paper doll book when I eventually have the time!
John Adams miniseries, do it. Do it now! American or not, this is an amazing story of a fascinating couple at a crucial moment in history.
So here you go. A fun little paper doll set to get through a long holiday weekend!