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Cinderella version 2 by paperfetish Cinderella version 2 by paperfetish
Cinderella and that dime that seems to get around, for scale. Cinderella is about 3.75 x 3.5 inches and is made from Canson and Canford papers.

I really like how her dress came out. I went with the movie version of her dress which was silver, The underneath of her dress is a little darker than the top of the material. I also went with a light gray for her sleeves and bustle rather than the white used in version 1. I think the light gray works better.

While I love how the dress came out, I'm not thrilled with her face and there may be a beheading in Cinderella's future...

Cinderella copyright Disney.
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alisonfreire Featured By Owner May 6, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
OMG!!! :omg-whut: 
How you do something like that?? .-.
I'm loving your work.. And This Cinderella.. Just... I have no words..
Congratulations! Really! It's amazing..
I can't realise how do you do her dress looks like so 3D like this.. :D
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paperfetish Featured By Owner May 11, 2015
Thank you! Sorry for the delay in my response.  I cut the shapes of the dress out from multiple pieces of paper and shape them with different tools to give them volume.  Then I glue all the pieces together.
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alisonfreire Featured By Owner May 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
It's still stunning..
I MUST try something like that, someday. ^^
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piccusia Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
those folds on dress looks so beautiful :love: and i love the paper you chose, so shiny! :rose:
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paperfetish Featured By Owner May 11, 2015
It took a long time to find that paper and they don't make it anymore.  I wanted a silver paper because originally her dress was silver in the movie.
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piccusia Featured By Owner May 12, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
the effect was really worth it ^^ yay, i always thought it was very light blue, but i googled screencaps and on some of them it's silver indeed! haha, it's fun to discover new things about something you seem to know well :)
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UmbranRain Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Truly amazing! I love the dress. It looks very complex and difficult to achieve the waves of her dress.
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2012
Thank you! And sorry for the delay in my response. This dress was a little more challenging, but the paper responds well to shaping, so it holds the curves very well.
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BloodSparrow87 Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like how the waves of her dress came out. I am not sure how exactly you did that with that stiff paper but it looks amazing.
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2012
Sorry for the delay in my response.

The waves of her dress are made by shaping the pieces of paper with different tools, mostly aluminum knitting needles. After the paper is shaped, I glue it to the other pieces and make the full form.
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BloodSparrow87 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
very impressive :)
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012
Thank you.
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summerautumn Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
This is good, but if you redo the face her hair should be a burnt orange (official color) which suggests either a light brown auburn or dark strawberry blonde, it's usually strawberry blonde from what i've seen.
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2011
Thank you. I'll take that into consideration.
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Mermann87 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2011   General Artist
incredible! If you do redo her face, give her orange hair like in the movie.
Still don't understand why the merchandise makes her hair yellow..
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2011
I have a bigger problem with her dress not being silver in the merchandising. I think her hair was originally meant to be a light brown or perhaps a shade of auburn. I'm not a huge fan of the paper I chose for her hair, but I haven't found a good shade of yellow paper to use for blonde. Perhaps if there is another version, I will go with something that more closely matches the color of her hair in the movie.
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Mermann87 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011   General Artist
your work is incredible either way.
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kasia2781 Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2011
wow. She is beautiful
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011
Thank you.
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DOLLBOI Featured By Owner May 9, 2011
QUITE LOVELY...PRINCESS
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paperfetish Featured By Owner May 18, 2011
Thanks!
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ember-snow Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Goodness gracious, this is beautiful. I'm simply amazed at the movement in her dress (and I love how it's sparkly). This is wonderful. :+fav:
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2011
Thanks very much.
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ember-snow Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
You're very welcome!
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cailin-go-seoigh Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2011
Wow! You made her out of paper!! That is class... Wow... I love Disney, and Cinderella so this was a great find :) Ooh I love it!
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011
Thanks!
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fuzzy-meatball Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2011
do u bend the paper to get the effect in her dress? do u paint ur own paper and cut it out, or do u use store-bought craft paper?
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011
Thank you for your questions. Yes, I do bend and shape the paper. I use a number of tools, but find my favorites are aluminum knitting needles. I generally don't paint paper, but I have in the past. I try to use only paper. As for paper, I generally use Canson and Canford papers. They are a little heavier than standard paper, but thinner than card stock. I really like the texture of the Canson paper and the Canford paper's really hold up well to shaping.
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kimworld Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2011
I love it!
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011
Thanks!
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pumpkinglitter Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2010
Wow! That's cool how you made her dress! Lots of pretty details! And not just this princess, but with belle too!
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2010
Thank you very much.
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GlassLaugter Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2010
Wow. This is amazing. I can see where you're coming from with the face, but the dress is gorgeous! If you don't mind me asking, how do you do this? What's your technique?
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2010
Thank you for taking an interest in my work!

I don’t mind you asking at all. Generally, I draw an image to the scale I want and then make multiple photo copies of the completed image. Then I select the paper colors I plan to use and map out my cutting. I generally cut all the same color sections in one sitting (like all the light silver, then all the dark, then the petticoat, etc.). Much of my process in determining which parts are in front and which are in the back is done in my head and comes from practice. Once the pieces are all cut out, I shape the individual pieces and assemble sections. I assemble the dress, then her torso and arms, then her face and hair.

I use acid free glue and a sewing pin to apply it to the pieces. With a piece this small, I also change x-acto blades often so the cuts are clean.

At some point, I will make a tutorial. Life has just been very busy for the last year and I haven’t had the time to pull it all together.
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GlassLaugter Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2010
^_^ Sounds like an incredible process! How did you get interested in this style of art in the first place?
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2010
I started when I was in college. I took a design class where we had to make a paper piece and sort of went from there.
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FFgirl7 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2010
Wow...how do you do this?
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2010
Oh, that is a long story, but the abridged version is I cut out each element from different colored paper, shape it with different tools and then glue them together.
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murckat Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010
excellent paper work. shes lovely....
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2010
Thank you very much.
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IceCreamGud4Me Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2009
This is absolutely stunning.
The glitter on the dress is a perfect touch.
I love how Cinderella looks so Disney-ish, too.
Amazing.
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2009
Thank you so much. I went for the silver dress from the movie vs. the blue Disney is using now.
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IceCreamGud4Me Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2009
It was a good choice. I prefer the Silver dress because it's more flattering than the blue dress -IMHO-.
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2009
Thank you. I agree, I don't care for the blue dress.
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10-4ready4more Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2009
wow, i don't even understand how you did this. the paper looks so 3D but flat?
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2009
The paper is cut then shaped, so it isn't actually flat. Then the pieces are glued together in to finish the piece.
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10-4ready4more Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2009
well it's really cool!
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2009
Thank you very much!
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felflowne Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2009
Late comment, but this is simply beautiful. I've never seen paper used this way and I am now itching to try it myself!
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2009
Comments are never late and they are always appreciated.

Thank you, I do like her skirt, but the scale has made her face a bit wonky. Definitely give it a shot and if you do, please post the results.
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