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Free Doll Sewing Pattern for Rainbow High

Download a free sewing pattern for Rainbow High Dolls

Recently, I took part in a doll sewing challenge on YouTube that was hosted by Dolls Rescued. We were challenged to create a halter top and skirt for a Rainbow High doll. We could sew, knit, or crochet our outfit. Harper Dune is modeling it in the picture shown here. I used pre-cut fabric strips I purchased from Walmart to create the outfit.

I chose to sew mine, and I thought that Harper’s outfit turned out so cute that I am offering it as a free sewing pattern for anyone who would like to try to make one for their own Rainbow High dolls.

This pattern has minimal instructions on it, so it is best suited for intermediate to advanced sewers. If you would like to download the free pdf, you can visit my crafts and patterns page, or directly from the link below. Please note, that this pattern is for personal use only.

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Ahsoka Tano (Fulcrum) Speed Draw Fan Art

Click above to go watch me draw some Ahsoka Tano (Older Fulcrum) Fan Art!

Hello, friends! Thought I would share a quick video that I recorded last night while I was drawing some fan art of Ahsoka Tano from Star Wars Clone Wars and Rebels.

I also talk about the status of my next coloring book, my work on the Werewolves and Unicorns Anthology book that I am involved in, and my plans for the summer.

Stay tuned for more information about both! And I hope you are having a wonderful June so far. 😀


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Drawing a Damask Pattern Adult Coloring Page Process Video

Hello, everyone! Yesterday I recorded the entire process of my newest drawing, a damask inspired adult coloring page.

I draw in Clip Studio Paint, and as I worked, I had a free program, OBS, running on my monitor to capture every line as I drew it. The drawing itself took five hours–probably a bit more–and I sped the video up 45 times, so that it could be viewed in under five minutes. Why so short? Because I had an original song that I wrote that I wanted to use as background music! Plus, because shorter videos are easier to digest/watch than longer ones.

The finished drawing will be included in a new project I am working on, and is available as a free download here on my site.

I hope that you enjoy watching the video, and if you would like to see more process videos like these, please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel.


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How to draw a mandala in Clip Studio Paint

Click on this picture, to download a full-size .jpg you can print out and color.

Hello, everyone!

This afternoon, I was in the mood to draw a mandala, and I decided I would record my process as I worked.

Currently, I work almost entirely digitally, and when I create my mandalas, I use the super awesome art program, Clip Studio Paint.

Created for comic book and manga artists, the program is a joy to draw in, and has lots of time-saving tools, like the symmetry ruler, which you can see me using in the video.

Take a look at the video, and if you’d like to color the mandala I drew, you can download it as a free printable by clicking on the mandala image above.

Let me know what you think of the video and the mandala!


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And now for something completely different…fan art!

Lately I’ve been trying to do warm-up drawings during the day—different fan art of characters that I enjoy. I have also been livestreaming the process over on my YouTube channel.

Here are the latest two, Salacious Crumb from Star Wars, and Lion-O, from the Thundercats.


If you like this sort of thing, please go follow me over on YouTube, and leave me a comment. I’d love to hear from you!