One of my Internet friends is a fan of Marine Le Pen, French politician, and asked me to draw this paper doll.
I do not deserve all the credit for it: The face is obviously from a photo, and the body is from an Evita Perón doll by Christine D. Scarlett.
I include Christine’s doll to show what is her work:
I drew these 3 or 4 years ago and really thought I posted them. But when I tried to give someone the link today, I saw I was mistaken – this girl never appeared here. (I coloured her twice, and could not decide which one was the best.)
In 1923/1924, the magazine Good Housekeeping had some paper dolls like these in them:
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Shirley Temple is certainly the real person I have seen most Paper doll scans of. (I’ve seen more of Barbie, Dolly Dingle and Santa Claus, but they are not real.) Here are a few of them:
Jack and Jill magazine, May 1959:
And here are a few outfits from colourful boxed set:
These books, copyrighted last year, is probably still available. As such, I publish less than half the pages at a reduced size.
I did not post much lately, so here are a couple of links:
and equally cute sword-wielding mice paper toys here.
The page for this articulated cardboard doll was printed from E.K. Duncan, and I made some cloth clothing.
You can make something similar!