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Morezmore – Natalie – Humanly Posable Doll

Natalie is the next part of the Humanly Posable Armature experiment. If you just arrived and landed here, you can see the detailed description of the parts and tools here. The inspiration image was this lovely 1832 portrait by Karl Brullov of Nataliа Pushkina or Natalie (as she was familiarly known) – wife of the […]

Morezmore – Anna 2 – Humanly Posable Doll – Part 2

Morezmore – Anna 2 – Humanly Posable Doll – Part 2

Continued from Part 1 If you just arrived and landed here, you can see the detailed description of the Humanly Posable parts here. Makeup, hairstyle, dress and accessories. First of all, Anna got a new head. She has blue glass eyes, size: 4 mm (1/6 scale). She is painted not with Genesis paints, but with […]

Morezmore – Anna 1 – Humanly Posable Doll – Part 1

Anna is the next part of the Humanly Posable Armature experiment. If you just arrived and landed here, you can see the detailed description of the parts and tools here.

Morezmore HPA (Humanly Posable Armature) Parts Description – Part 3

Morezmore HPA (Humanly Posable Armature) Parts Description – Part 3

Continued from Part 2. If you just arrived and landed here, please start with Part 1, which has the detailed description of the parts and tools. Example 2 (17 joints):  

Morezmore HPA (Humanly Posable Armature) Parts Description – Part 2

Morezmore HPA (Humanly Posable Armature) Parts Description – Part 2

Continued from Part 1, which has the detailed description of the parts and tools. If you just arrived and landed here, please start with Part 1. I started with a simpler one, 9 joints (neck, 2 shoulders, 2 elbows, 2 hips, 2 knees). This one (Example 1): Assembling joints is described in Part 1, here […]

Morezmore HPA (Humanly Posable Armature) Parts Description – Part 1

Morezmore HPA (Humanly Posable Armature) Parts Description – Part 1

Hello, friends! In this post I will talk about the parts used in Humanly Posable Armature (HPA). Humanly Posable Armature (HPA) project purpose is to use stop-motion style armature in art dolls/figures/puppets, to make them move and pose. Like this:

Morezmore – Monsieur Poirot – Humanly Posable Doll – Part 4

Morezmore – Monsieur Poirot – Humanly Posable Doll – Part 4

Hello, friends! Last Update: April 16, 2017 Continues from Part 3. Monsieur Poirot is finished!