Today Base A is modelling another charming evening gown. It's a basic sheath gown, flaring out a little and the ankles and with a draped sash across the chest (my inspiration was waterfalls). She also has two other gowns she can choose to wear (clearly she has a much larger social life than myself. My evening wear usually consists of pajama pants and a hoody...)
To show how creative I intend to be, I'm introducing the new line of dolls by initial (a, b, c, and so on, all the way through the alphabet). Yes, so perhaps I could have put more thought into their names. I have a problem with naming dolls though. It is that as soon as I give one a name, she starts to have a personality and a story. Why is that a problem? Well, I can't use them as a model--- they get a specific wardrobe tailored for their story!
Base A is unique in that she has very short hair--- this was so that I could create wigs for her. Alas, I have yet to produce a quality looking headpiece for her. Guess I had better tart practicing more! Although, short hair is very nice (and convenient).
So this non-specific doll, Base A, is modelling a lovely formal piece. It's an evening gown with a softly draped bodice. The skirt starts at the underbust and falls close to the body and straight to the floor. An overskirt creates a train, and a frame for lovely shoes.
NOTE: single doll/dress PDFs for printing will only be available for a couple weeks. Full sets will be posted periodically so you can print all the doll/outfits on just a few pages of paper instead of one pager per outfit.
About the Artist
I'm a full-time wife and mother to twin girls--- a relaxing career after working as a vet tech for nine years! I love to design outfits and fashion for imaginary worlds and, when I have time, to share them with you!
Base A Dolls & Outfits
Base B Dolls & Outfits
Base C Dolls & Outfits
Base D Dolls & Outfits
Base E Dolls & Outfits
Base F Dolls & Outfits
Base G Dolls & Outfits
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