I am a maker of dolls, sculpture and other art. This blog is about my daily journey.
HI SusieJust love your dolls. I was wondering how you attach the chest plate to the cloth bodies. I have looked at your tutorials but can't find anything specific. Any help greatly appreciated.cheers..............Leanne
Hi Leanne,Thanks!I usually attach the shoulder-plate by making holes with an awl - two front and two back and then attach using strong thread, like they used to do with porcelain, wax and papier mache heads long ago. I'll try and remember to take some specific photos when I attach this head to its body.
Spectacular progression pictures, Susie! I am so fascinated with your process and it just really is so interesting how your dolls' eyes just seem to be so alive! I look forward to the next step. Did I read somewhere that you are using oils on this face? I imagine that what you do in oils will also work with acrylics - just gives the face a different look and feel?Pam
That would be awesome. Thanks for sharingCheers.............Leanne
So charming as usual Susie. I love your babies. Well really, I love them all. And of course the lawn sculpture is still my favorite.
She is beautiful Susie. I had the same question as Leanne. thanks for answering the question.
Now, this is painting at it's finest. I love how they eyes seem to come alive and the blush to the cheeks looks so natural. She's beautiful.
Love her Susie! She has the sweetest expression. Thank you for your generosity in sharing your works in progress.
Very pretty. I love the depth you created with her eyes. Lovely doll.
Thanks Everyone! I should have more pictures to put up tomorrow.
Oh she has the sweetest face!
Hi Susie! I love all your dolls. Can not wait to see her finish:)
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