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Morezmore – Monsieur Poirot – Humanly Posable Doll – Part 3

Good morning, friends!
Last Update: February 1, 2017.
Continues from Part 2.

Monsieur Poirot is an experimental doll.
I will, of course, write a step-by-step process description after I complete this one.
I will include the links to the Humanly Posable Armature parts at Morezmore.
I will be glad to see people joining me on this project (using stop motion armature for OOAK doll).
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The hardest part is done, now it is time for fun – dressing!
This is what I have by now:

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Next – the head is painted.

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A short picture story for you:
“Mail?… So early?”
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“A gruesome murder! and I am still in my garters!”
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“George! My shoes, please!”
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So, dressing…
For much more detailed description of how all this is made, please see Making Miss Marple posts. Poirot dressing will be very similar.

Materials used:
– paper towels (to measure off on the doll before you cut fabric)
cotton voile fabric for dress shirt
– black satin ribbon for bow tie and garters
– black rattail cord for shoe laces and pince-nez string
– black nylon stocking for sheer socks
– black stretch velvet for vest
– grey stretch fabric for suit
Fabritac glue
scissors
toothpicks
mini spatula (to tuck fabric in)
– mini cabochon tray for watch
mini link chain for watch
jump rings for pince-nez frame (will be listed after February 3, 2017)
… this list will probably continue

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Bloody garters…

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Thank you for watching, see you later.
To be continued…

6 comments on “Morezmore – Monsieur Poirot – Humanly Posable Doll – Part 3

  1. This is awesome! I’m looking forward to seeing your tutorial and next steps.

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  2. You are amazing! He is coming together beautifully! Once again great job!

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  3. I can’t wait to see the conclusion. Will you be selling this doll?

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  4. Thank you, Tiana! No, not this one – my daughter wants him.

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