Tuesday, January 24, 2017

The Eclectic Wardrobe of Josephine - Page 2

Did you like last week's new paper doll?! I know I did! Today I have another page for Josephine. I've created a tag specifically for this set, so hopefully it'll be easy to find.  The paper doll can be found here.

I love mix and match paper dolls.  The pose on this one makes mix and match a little more challenging.... The wardrobe for today might mix a little bit with last week's doll.  And I can't promise you that every set will be a mix and match set. In fact, next week's is not.

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Today's wardrobe is comfy & beachy. Totally perfect for January, right?! I'm *fairly* confident that the floating tab will work on the hair piece. I haven't test printed these yet...

Also, I'm happy to take suggestions for this series. Really, anything goes. I have a historically inspired set ready for next week that I'm really excited about.

As always, let me know what you think!

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I really love this doll and today's clothes are great. I can definitely see any of the tops with those adorable shorts. I like mix and match but unique outfits are always good, too. I really love your style of coloring on this set. Thanks!

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    1. Thank you! I'm loving this project, too. It's a lot of fun to "paint" in Photoshop. This is going to be a bit of a catch-all series: some mix & match, some historical sets... Pretty much a little of everything!

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  2. i love that natural hairdo and the jewelry and those sandals and....

    you're killin' me with this one. but in a good way. it gets my competitive blood up ~ hahaha

    : D

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    1. I'm glad you love/envy it :P The technique itself is not terribly difficult & creating one page for this set takes only slightly longer than my vector sets. So it's a win all around!

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  3. I love the Retro Baker feel. Maybe do a gown that the Blues singer would have worn. Something strictly flapper style. I love this doll & the mix-n-match style. This is a fun series.

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    1. If you like flappers, come back next week....!

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  4. I love the trousers with the tied waist. Beautiful work as always. I keep telling myself I should learn to "paint" in photoshop, but I never have.

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    1. I use a "painting" and collage technique in Photoshop. It's fun and I definitely recommend experimenting with Photoshop.

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