Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Template Tuesday - Cinderella

I drew this in my sketchbook a little while ago and wanted to make it a Template Tuesday, but never got around to it. Now I have. It originally had a bazillion little dots all over the dress to ornament it, but I thought that might be too tricky.

Anyway, here's Cinderella. This one comes from the Grimm Brother's version in that she gets her gown from a wishing tree. The Perrault version is the one that the Disney fairytale is most like. I like them both, especially the Grimm's one where the stepsisters cut off portions of their feet to fit them into the glass slipper.

Here's what the template will look like. I forgot to flip it in my illustrator file. It's a pretty straightforward cutting. The trickiest parts are her apron strings and the parts where the birds connect to the gown. Keep practicing if these are a little too tricky for you.

Here is what the pattern looks like:

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Kim said...

You are AWESOME!!

Margaret C said...

Thank you so much - I appreciate this, and I plan to match it up with your other fairytale templates
...any chance of a third do I can make a set for a fairytale obsessed 4 yr old ?!! Thanks !

Amanda and Steve said...

I am pretty new to your sight and excited to try some of your beautiful work. I have a question: what do you use to cut on when using the razor blade? Thanks!

Johnny said...

Just hoping that you get preoccupied again during Conference to see what pops up. I might have to try this one out during one of tomorrow's sessions.

Rue de Vamp said...

featured you today!

Mike said...

This makes me want to watch Cinderella.