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Dollie mashup by Yagellonica Dollie mashup by Yagellonica
Something I've been working on.
Maybe the start up of a dress-up thingie. Just have to finish it first. It is taking FOREVER!!!

Currently I have so many clothing items that the possible mixes are almost endless. All sleeves and parts of sleeves are intermixable. All necklines can be changed. Hemlines can be changed. Working on more vests/corsets. And need to make some pants.

This will be sort of fantasy-medievalish-something. Based on an invented world of mine (not that of the Red Queen, although I'm tempted to add her style in here too). You might remember my drawing of the Maiden in Blue Dress. Well, this is part of her world.

Everything is currently blue. No particular reason. All parts can be any colour. Just happen to fancy blue more than other colours. As you also may notice, there is currently no shading on anything but the undergowns, necklines and sleeves. I've only shaded the white parts, for the time being.

Also, haven't done any facial features or hairs yet.

It is entirely possible that this will remain simply as a base-model for my personal use, to create new gowns on and test out colour combos. Dunno yet.
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:iconabigailnz111:
AbigailNZ111 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Student Photographer
I love this (:
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:iconyagellonica:
Yagellonica Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks. I hope I can actually finish this. :D
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015
It's beautiful. :)
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Yagellonica Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Technical question here: is it easier to change the colours of the separate parts if they are done in some solid colour first? I'm not sure how to ask this question really.

I've recently found out how to play around with changing hues and luminosity on my paint program, but obviously that doesn't work on white or black (for some reason they don't change into anything no matter how I tweak the numbers). So, should I do everything in "boring grey", with shading and all, and then they could be changed into other colours...? I hope you understand what I mean because I really don't know how this works.

I'm so tempted in making them all sorts of bright and wonderful colours... but don't know if that is even necessary.
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015
To be honest, the easiest thing to do is if you have the items not have any colour at all, just shading and linework, and then the colours are added in Flash. It takes up a lot less space that way.
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Yagellonica Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Okay, that actually answers my question and it makes a lot of sense. Thanks. Clap 

Another stupid question: what format should the pictures be saved in? I currently have them on PNG (because it only saves the object in the pictures, no background), but I have an option to save in BMP, JPEG, TIFF, Targa (dunno what this is), and Photoshop Big Document and Photoshop Document. Most pictures that have background, I save in JPEG.
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015
PNG is best. JPEG only works for backgrounds since JPEG pictures can't be transparent.
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Yagellonica Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yes, I have noticed that about the JPEG pictures time and again...! (Have mistakenly saved something as JPEG only to realize too late that they can't be transparent when imported to another picture, hence a lot of deleting of unnecessary stuff needs to take place...) CURSE YOU! 

Okay, 3rd stupid question (I'm full of these stupid questions :D (Big Grin) )... I've used a standard A4 (but sideways) to draw all the images. The dollie is located towards the left side of this canvas, basically dividing the whole thing to 2 halves. Everything is done on this scale. So, when saving stuff, I save the whole A4 which of course has the whole right side empty. Does that make things take more space in the whole thing, or no difference...?
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015
Nah, it's fine. The size can easily be changed in Photoshop.
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:iconyagellonica:
Yagellonica Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome!

And I'm out of stupid questions for today. :D
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EasyA-23 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Woah! I'd love to play an Inanna dressup game! It would be so awesome to play around with your gorgeous designs! Can't wait to see more updates!
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Yagellonica Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That depends on if I can finish this...

Just today, after 2 hours of work on sleeves and whatnot, we had an electric shortcut here > laptop went on battery >> my clip studio paint program SHUT DOWN WITHOUT SAVING!!! omfg 

I was ready to give up...
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EasyA-23 Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
ON NOES!
I hate it when things like that happen!
Hopefully you'll persevere, I have faith in my dreams of an Inanna Doll maker!
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Yagellonica Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Huggle! 
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