Inktober – 2: Suit

2:#suit
👗👚 Paper Dolls used to be one of my favorite toys when I was little , around 9 yrs old. Girls playing paper dolls was a fashion at school,too.😌 (Boys were crazy about playing dodge balls.😁) The dolls normally looked like nothing related to my Asian look (that’s also how I drew girls😊) and the clothes were also not something I would wear in my daily life as well. Just let my Imagination ran free😁🤦.

“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.” – Steve Jobs.

A lot of flash backs – bitter & sweet – appeared while drawing these little paper toys. I just want to say thank you thank you to my parents,family and the people whoever taught/helped/guided me along the way. Without all of you, there will be no me here.🙏💗💙💚💛💜.

❓What is paper doll? Paper dolls are figures cut out of paper or thin card, with separate clothes, also made of paper, that are usually held onto the dolls by paper folding tabs.

🙈小學時,玩紙娃娃可說是一種風潮。大夥瘋玩著那些完全長的不像、也穿的不像亞洲人的紙娃娃(連小時候畫的人物也長那樣),任凴想象力馳騁,很有趣的兒時回憶。畫著、畫著,很多的回憶浮現,有快樂的、也有苦澀的,只想說……..感謝我的父母、家人,以及一路上教導我、指引我、幫助我的師長、朋友們,沒有你們一路上的協助,不會有今天的我。感恩!🙏💚

紙娃娃的回憶 #眼睛如果真有半張臉大應該很驚悚

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