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    Hmm, it seems that the right head has too big cheekbones

    Boo!

    Aeroksana is attempting to make a doll by Aeroksana, on Flickr

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    Aeroksana,could it just be the angle of that photo? The cheek bones look fine to me on the others pictures, don't know anything at all about sculpting but I think these are amazing, I love the lips on the right hand one especially

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    You think so? Maybe you are right, thanx!

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    These dolls are coming to life like Laura Scatollini dolls. I'm enjoying watching the progress of your creations Aeroksana. What I have noticed is that the shape of the noses often dictates an age even more so than cheek bones. If you look at the profiles of lots of the dolls the kids have little pug noses and the older, more adult dolls have strong definite nose outlines. Just my observations and bear in mind I am clueless as I've never sculpted a doll before.

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    DJWard, what an interesting observation about the dependence between of the shape of the nose and the age of dolls! It is very interesting, need to think about it.
    Thanks for such a flattering comparison, but yet did not deserve it. I'm as far away from Laura Scatollini as from the Moon!

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    Just a little update :-)

    So what's new?

    I finally more or less satisfied with the shape of skull, my heads is already experienced at first the lack of room for the brain, then the stage at which the head is shaped like "Alien" and then a lobotomy. I think that it is now better!


    20130710_085420 by Aeroksana, on Flickr


    20130710_085441 by Aeroksana, on Flickr


    And I started to make a body, male body, suddenly again guy is the first :-D
    I'm sure you will notice signs of transformation from a girl into a guy ;-)


    20130710_085220 by Aeroksana, on Flickr


    20130710_085253 by Aeroksana, on Flickr

    I hope you liked the pictures, thank you for seeing them!

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    That hand says it all, you have sculpting skills! I love kneaded erasers, they are great stress-relief too. I can't wait to see your progress.

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    Aeroksana that torso is amazing, I almost expect to see it breathing!! You made me laugh though when you were saying about the different skulls,I also love the drawings,are you self taught?

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