Tag Archive | polymer clay
If your Super Sculpey Firm or Super Sculpey Living Doll Polymer Clay(or any other polymer clay) is ok, but too firm and needs just a bit of softening: Add a bit of Sculpey Smoothing Oil, knead. The clay restores to perfect, like new, texture. . .
Scale: 1/6, Size: 10.6″ (27 cm)
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…
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 […]
******************* Miss Marple is currently on 7-day auction Miss Marple’s Auction (starting Sunday, December 4, 2016, and ending Sunday, December 11, 2016, 3:00 pm Eastern US Time). Starting Bid is US $0.99 This is a tradition. All Morezmore dolls are sold on auction with a starting bid $0.99. Come and win her! ******************* Continues […]
Continues from Part 3. Skirt Tools and materials on the photos – paper towels – stretch fabric for the suit – Fabritac glue – scissors – toothpicks – mini spatula
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)