Moving on to the adults for this batch. She has a nice outfit, doesn’t she?
Cool purple hair on this one. I started this one with ALOHA in a varsity font on the hoodie, but the client wanted the sea turtle design instead. I think the heathered texture makes it look soft and comfy.
Glasses and a checker-printed shirt. I think I tried to give him a Hawaiian shirt, but the client didn’t want to overdo those in this batch.
Moving on to ages 10-12. This one was fun. Her shirt pattern was a scatter brush of simple flower stamps. I squished the ones on the elastic portion sideways to make them look like smocking. The original version showed her belly a little, but the client wanted that covered to make it a little more conservative. I think she’s our first one with braces, also.
Our first one in this batch with a larger body type. Also, with an intentionally undefined gender identity. My daughter has this style of haircut. This is the last one in this batch in the 7-9 age range.
Here’s our first one with glasses in this batch. And, I think, the first one wearing a cammo print in the project.
This one’s a girly-girl wearing a cute multi-colored heart print overalls with a pink t-shirt.
This child is wearing a traditional Hawaiian shirt with a tropical leaves print. I originally made the print in green, but the client had me change it to purple.
A fun tie-dye shirt over sweatpants.
I gave this girl a traditional floral print on her dress. I took way longer than I should have to get the print just right, but I’m really pleased with how it turned out.