Tag Archive | OOAK Doll
Good Evening Fairy – a One Of A Kind Morezmore Art Doll #7. . … There comes a time in every woman’s life – whether she is 17 or 70 – when she needs to come home, take her armor off and let her hair down. It is time to rest, relax and recover…
How to use silicone baking molds to make carved wood furniture .
Hello, friends, I am waiting on the fabric and lace for Anna’s dress, so meanwhile I will make a full-length wooden standing mirror in 1:6 scale. While making Miss Marple, Monsieur Poirot and Anna, I kept thinking that it would be nice to find some wooden vintage or antique-looking furniture in 1:6 scale for the […]
Hello, friends! Last Update: April 16, 2017 Continues from Part 3. Monsieur Poirot is finished!
Good morning, friends! Last Update: March 8, 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. If you just arrived and landed here, you can see […]
Good morning, friends! Last Update: January 29, 2017. Continues from Part 1. 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 […]
Good morning, friends! I am starting a new doll – “Humanly Posable” Doll Monsieur Poirot. He will have a “stop-motion animation style” posable armature, made of steel. “Humanly Posable” Dolls If this is a success, Monsieur Poirot will become the first of Morezmore “Humanly Posable” Dolls. I have been mulling over this cross-industry project for about […]
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 […]