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Scale: 1/6, Size: 10.6″ (27 cm)
Continues from Part 2. Hair Style – a classic Victorian (Edwardian?) Bun Tools and materials on the photos – Tibetan lamb fur (remnants in Snow White, Silver Grey and Flaxen Blonde) – Fabritac glue – scissors – toothpicks – small thin micro spatula (to tuck the ringlets into the hairline)
Continues from Part 1. Wrapping – something new for me, but definitely a well-known method of making a body. I decided to wrap Miss Marple’s body in cotton gauze instead of sculpting it out clay because after she is dressed, she will never be undressed. So no need to put Miss Marple through the indecencies […]
Hello, friends, I am starting my new doll and will be making her while continuing working on the BJD Bone project. This dolls will be traditional and relaxing – a doll who does not fight me every minute of the process. I will be mostly relying on “best practices”, using the doll-making techniques that I […]
For some time now I wanted to try to make one of those tiny cute babies. Yesterday I made one and enjoyed it very much. Here are the pictures of the first one – please see below. I promised I will do a step-by-step Work in Progress Blog post on my second baby – so, […]
What am I trying to do here? I need to make a mold for this part (double balls for knee joints) – see the photo just below. I need a part, consisting of 2 balls, which are connected, flattened on each side, with the vertical central hole. Why can’t I just roll some clay in […]
Continued from Part 2. Reminder: This is an experimental doll. I am testing different materials and techniques, results might vary, so please do not see it as a tutorial.