Sunday, 19 August 2012

Fox-girl work in progress part 3

My fox-girl is starting to come together! 

She looks a lot better now that she has her wig on and I'm feeling a lot more pleased with her overall. I couldn't help feeling that she looked a bit weird, in an awkward, not sure if I like it sort of way, but now that she has some hair I feel a lot happier with her. It still amazes me every time how much difference a hair-do can make to a doll and give it personality. :D 

So I guess the next part will be the final chapter (so far!) of her journey - she needs a proper outfit! She's currently borrowing Martha Jones from Doctor Who's biker jacket, but I want her to have a kind of futuristic uniform. 


Liv doll custom

Liv doll custom



2 comments:

  1. She is most beautiful just like you. What kind of clay did you make her from?.

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    1. Thanks Shikira Clare!
      Sorry for the late response. I made her using Apoxie Sculpt, which is a fab 2-part air-drying epoxy clay. It's much harder and less brittle than products like milliput and doesn't really shrink either. You can sand it, saw it and drill it, I love using it. I usually buy it in the UK from http://www.mylittlecustoms.co.uk/Apoxie_Sculpt/cat635041_1636113.aspx
      They sell all sorts of useful doll supplies like hair and buttons.

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