Believe it or not I'm still alive--- my babies (identical girls!) are doing wonderfully and keeping me happily busy. Next month they will be 6 months old, it's hard for me to believe! I've just started sketching again, between naps and laundry loads, and it's been great to "stretch" out those muscles again after so many months of not drawing anything (not even doodles!). I can't promise routine updates, or even soon updates, but just know that I haven't dropped off the face of the planet and I still love paper dolls--- it'll just be a bit before I can share them you all of you!
Well, I really had hoped to have a large buffer put in place, but I've realized that being pregnant and preparing for two new little ones takes a lot of time and effort! So unfortunately I do not have pre-loaded posts ready to keep the blog going, but I do still have many un-posted outfits and ideas for more that I hope to put up sporadically as time and energy allow.
Tomorrow morning we get to meet our little ones face to face!
I've been playing around with adjusting some of the styles for maternity; it's something I never thought too much about before being pregnant! Several of the countries have styles that can be easily adjusted by letting out the waist--- which is very practical because you wouldn't need a whole separate wardrobe.
This outfit would be worn by a middle class woman in Taglyn. A breathable cotton gown is worn under a heavier tunic with an empire waist and open front.
About the Artist
I'm a full time veterinary technician who enjoys winding down by creating beautiful costumes and recreating historical outfits on paper.
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