Dean (UE) just posted some Doctor Who paper dolls on Etsy in time for The Name of the Doctor! You can purchase the downloadable digital file here at the shop and print them out tonight!
To make your very own paper doll, it’s highly suggested to use the following:
- Heavy weight cardstock of at least 100 lbs
- For the holes, use a thumbtack or a needle to pierce both joints at once (you can also use a small gauge hole punch).
- Brads of many colors can be purchased at almost any craft supply store such as Jo-Anne’s or Michaels Crafts.
Hey guys, check out my paper dolls! The Weeping Angel has two faces, an angry face and a peaceful face, I’m super proud of her. I’m thinking I might do some Supernatural dolls in the future if I have the time!
Hand Printed Fandom T-shirts - $18 each on Etsy
Thanks for the masterpost of all my shirts wearfandom! They have a lot of really awesome fan made things on their blog, I highly recommend you guys go and check it out!
I’m finally caught up and have some extra inventory, so I think it’s about time for a giveaway!
Winner: 20 buttons of your choice!
Runner Up: 6 buttons of your choice!
Consolation Prize: Even if you don’t win, you can still get 20% off everything in my etsy shop by using the coupon code “TumblrApril” during checkout.
To see all the designs you’ll be able to choose from, check out Pepper’s PIns on Etsy.
We have buttons for Supernatural, Sherlock, Avengers, Wreck it Ralph, Parks and Rec, and X-Men, and designs for Doctor Who and Teen Wolf in the works.
- Giveaway ends Friday April 12th
- 20% off coupon valid through April 30th.
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I introduce to you, Dr. Lady- I was going for kind of a Fem!11 that was also wearing an adorable Tardis Dress. Every time I go to a Convention I see so many creative designs and costumes, it’s always so inspiring I just wanted to make my own!
Someone on Etsy sent in a shirt design idea about the Doctor and his two hearts and doing some kind of ribcage shirt design, and I thought it was interesting enough to warrant a sketch. I went a little baroque with it, and it would probably be more detailed for a final… I’m not sure if I like it enough to push it all the way through to actual shirt phase, so, thoughts?
Look now I can take pictures of sketches and upload them instantly yesssss. I love you fancy phone. I’m working out a new Dr. Who design, I decided to scrap the other one; I like the way this one is heading though.
I took some new photos of my Dr. Who shirt as well since it was such a nice day out~ I’ve actually changed the size of the design and made it much larger than before, now that I’m using larger screens. They’re available in my Etsy shop for $18~ I’m also working on a New Who design, but I haven’t quite worked out all the kinks in it yet. Thanks guys!
I’ve had a couple people asking me about my process, so I thought I’d just show how I work a little bit. One thing I’m always sound on is that I have to like the design enough to push it through to the final stage, inking it and planning to make it into something. Sometimes, it pops out right away- The Shotgun shirt took literally 2 sketches. Sometimes, like with the Perdition shirt, I get stuck and it has to ruminate in my brain for a while (months, even) If something isn’t coming out right, I sleep on it and start fresh from scratch or take the few elements that I do like and try to start in a new direction.
Really I think something a lot of young artists need to be aware of is that the ideation of your image is really important, especially with any kind of typographical design. You’re kind of building a house, and you need the frame of your house to be solid and good before you can put on the trimmings and pick out the colors. Graphic design and composition are the framework of your house, basically.
Anywho, I tend to work on large sheets of cheap newsprint with marker several times over and then I take photo booth pictures with my mac. I pop those into photoshop and work from there. Personally I don’t need a very solid sketch, because I know in my head what I want it to look like, so I don’t need to get it perfect in the sketch. Typically I work straight off of my marker doodles and go to ink from there, but I know some people who are good at doing really tight sketches too so either way is fine. I actually had a professor once insist that I needed to be able to put out really tight sketches, and it’s just really difficult for me to sketch something that’s close to a final when I could just be making the final, so that’s a personal preference there. Anyway, hope it was interesting to look at!
So I’m working on new designs, Teen Wolf, Star Trek, Supernatural and Dr. Who - I’m personally a little picky about my color combos, and I don’t want to print on red shirts if no one wants to wear red shirts, so I thought I’d show you the color options and ask; What color shirts do you guys want to wear?
Hey y’all. I’m going to be live streaming for a little bit, at least until it gets too hot out. I’m working on the pattern detail of a new Dr. Who design. We’re right on in here, come say Hi if you like!