The jointed doll I am casting is named Vanessa and you can see her WIP shots in my gallery. If all goes well I will make another full doll like one of my child characters. I am also hoping to have a bust ready sometime in the next year. Ive been trying to get a website together and in Nov I have some one of a kind peices showing in a gallery.
I looked at your gallery and with your drawing skills you should be a good sculptor too. The same knowledge transfers after a small leaning curve with polymer clay.
oh, ok ! i'd figured out the brows, but her cheeks look like they have a fine duvet - i guess it's the paint then. thank you so much for answering my question, you just gave me my very first painting lesson, i really appreciate. :*
it's really cool, - and you are truly adorable ! i guess i'll have to invest in those paints some day, and give it a try. more for the experimenting fun, since i don't think it would have the same effect on a much smaller face. thank you so much for sharing your tips, i don't believe everyone would.
the genesis are good paints since you never have to worry they will dry out as your still working I paint this way on smaller dolls as well but the effect is different. if depends on how heavily you apply the paint as well. [link] your welcome.
You are truly a master of faces! Of all the OOAK doll artists I watch on here, you are the best! Your work never ceases to amaze me and I can only dream of creating anything half as good as you can! Just breathtaking!