I'm afraid I don't have a Halloween special for you (someday I'll be organized enough to plan for holidays in advance...), but look! A new doll!
This doll may seem a little familiar to you. I had no sooner finished Cora's series than I began re-sketching her and all her dresses. This is version 2.0 (and yes, there is already a 3.0 in the works). My goal with this particular pose was to have more freedom to change her position and the mood of each dress. I wanted a more dynamic feel (which can be hard to get when the doll stays in the same pose and with the same facial expression!) so I could try and input more emotion into the outfits based on her arms/skirt movement/leg position. I, unfortunately, did not re-do all of her dresses in this pose, but you will get to see a few of my favorites.
This is the original gown. It's meant to be a sturdy work dress with a light vest laced laced up the front. The initial gown featured an apron as an accessory to wear over the gown, the 3.0 version has an apron that is tied at the waistline, the vest is worn over it. The style is meant to mimic the aristocrac women with their elegantly bodiced gowns, of course, being a poor cook's assistant means the bodice is made of wool or cotton and it's only fashionable feature is that it's fitted to her waist, otherwise it's just as drab as the rest of her costume.
I've formatted this doll to be a smaller size than the others (This girl is only about four inches tall). This she and all her dresses will fit on one page once they've all been revealed!
*note: select "do not resize" when printing*
(CLICK HERE) for the doll PDF
(CLICK HERE) for the dress PDF
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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