And here’s a Klingon paperdoll! Tada!
Edit: Oops! I accidentally uploaded the wrong picture earlier… here’s the correct one!
Two posts in two days… I’m on a roll! Granted, they are both paperdolls, but hey!
I realize that two paperdolls doesn’t quite constitute a series of different Star Trek alien paperdolls, but it’s a beginning! Here’s a Cardassian friend for Tora Tarel of Bajor… meet Gilora of Cardassia! (Click on the image to enlarge, if you decide you want to print it or take a closer look.) Also, at some point in the future I will try posting a video of Gilora trying on her outfits in a flash-player virtual closet.
I don’t know if I have any readers left… it has been a pathetically LOOOONG time since I have posted! And even now, you might now consider this a “real” post. I couldn’t help sharing it, though. I’ve just finished watching all of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for the first time. I fell in love with the characters, especially Kira Nerys and Odo. It inspired me to create this Bajoran paperdoll, loosely based off of Kira and her costumes from the show. (To print, click on the image to enlarge it.)
I may eventually create a series of different Star Trek alien paperdolls. No promises, though. Anyway, I hope you enjoy!
I should probably start off with a disclaimer. No, I am NOT pregnant, nor do I plan to be any time in the immediate future.
But, I have been thinking a lot about kids in general and babies in particular lately. Then, because I’m me, I started thinking about the fact that you really don’t see pregnant paper dolls or really pregnant dolls of any sort. When I was a kid, one of my friends had a pregnant Barbie-esq doll that I thought was the coolest thing on planet earth. I don’t know how many time I tried to convince her that she should give me her doll. I was a regular lawyer of the absurd. Anyway, I remember reading that Midge, the pregnant Barbie, caused huge outrage from people that thought it would somehow encourage teen pregnancy. (http://www.momlogic.com/2009/08/top_11_most_controversial_dolls.php)
You know what I think is ironic about that? If we actually let kids play at being parents, they have more of a tendency to treat it like everything else they play at. It becomes a dream for someday, when they are grown up. We don’t worry about kids pretending to be carpenters or doctors or scientists or chefs, do we? I mean, scientists use explosive chemicals, carpenters use dangerous power tools, doctors see people naked, and chefs wield sharp knives… all things we don’t really want kids doing before they are mature enough to handle it. How is pregnancy and parenting any different from any of those other professions?
Okay, rant over. When I start monologuing to my computer, it’s usually a sign that I need sleep. My bed is calling my name.
Enjoy the paper doll!
Note: If you are planning to print this paper doll, be sure to click on the desired image first, in order to view it in it’s original large size, so it won’t come out all pixelated and blurry.