Monday, November 20, 2017

Winnie Winkle Fashion cut out

Winnie Winkle Fashion Cut-Out by Brenner.  Dated May 12-1935.  Cut, missing hat.  Gently mounted to the paper.  Some discoloration from age.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Sister's Cut-Outs Toot and Cute

This page is from a newspaper comic called The Kid Sister and the paper doll portion was called Sister's Cut-Out.  These are from 10-28-1934 but certainly have a Thanksgiving pilgrim vibe to them.  These characters are Toot and Cute

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Winnie Winkle Fashion Cut-Out

6-23-35

8/4/35
Winnie Winkle Fashion Cut-Out paper dolls from newspapers by the artist Brenner.  These are from the 1930s.  Both feature a backward glancing base with outfits shown from the rear perspective, a very interesting pose for a doll.  I love the prints on the second page.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Jane Arden Couples






Here are some Jane Arden newspaper pages from the 30s featuring male characters along side the typical female fashion cut outs.  Of course these pages are a bit brittle from age and have discolored over time as well.

Saturday, November 11, 2017

A tale of two Tillies


Haha, pardon my pun!  Above is an interesting look at newspaper comics.  These are the same panel/paper doll but one is black and white dated May 6 1933 which would be a Saturday not a Sunday and the bottom is in color dated May 7 1933.  Both are Tillie the Toiler.  Note the bottom credits the artists but the top does not.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

School Projects

Photo Restoration After (above) and Before (below)

Animal Collage Wall Street Shark

Multiple selves


multiple selves practice

character gif
Busy with school.  Here's some of the projects I've done for my Graphics class.  Top ones are Photoshop, bottom is Illustrator animated gif. And look, pictures of me... and me!  Lol.  Midterms are right now, so test exams and such are sucking up my time. 

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Tillie the Toiler Fashion Parade

Here is a panel from the Tillie the Toiler comic dated 1-14-40 drawn by Peggy Gaffke.  She has 2 outfits and a hat.  i love this dolls hairstyle and fierce face.