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  1. #21
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    Very close to done with the hands. Just need to tweak them a little bit and then sand them smooth!

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    New Doll Attempt...

    I did a pretty terrible face up on her really quick, just to get an idea of what she'll eventually look like. It's terrible because even baked sculpey is too soft to really use watercolor pencils on. I actually just bought a resin doll head from someone on another forum to practice on until my doll is cast in resin. I'm planning to use watercolor pencils, acrylics, and chalk pastels. Can't wait 'till she gets here!


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    Danae, practice makes perfect!

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    Good point!

    Had an unfortunate mishap with her right hand, but getting the arms fleshed out!

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    She is really coming on well! Keep up the good work! I look forward to seeing your posts.

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    I also look forward to seeing your finished doll!

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    New Doll Attempt...

    Thanks so much guys, I can't wait to finish her. I performed major surgery on her today (haha). I adjusted her breasts higher and then her torso just looked ridiculously too long so I shortened it quite a bit. I think she looks much better now!








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    Wow guys! Face ups on resin are like night and day versus on Sculpey or Monster High dolls! I've done quite a few Monster High face ups and they are way more difficult to get the watercolor colored pencils to stick (even with Mr. Super Clear!). Anyway, my Popovy Sisters doll head "Cherry" arrived yesterday in the mail! I immediately went to Hobby Lobby and got the couple extra supplies I needed to attempt a face up on her. After babysitting my baby brother and sister I started my first real attempt at a face up on a resin BJD. Very exciting! I must say, VERY DIFFICULT as well! Especially as the Popovy Sisters doll's heads are so tiny! I thought she'd be bigger! She's quite a bit smaller than my doll attempt. Looking and working on her face up definitely made me want to make some changes to my head sculpt. My mom also gave me some notes on her face thatI want to incorporate. Anyway, here's pictures!!

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    After (the first of many tries):
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    Very nice, so pretty!

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