May 23, 2017
Theme is: The light of the silvery moon tale
The moonlight goddess casts her rays gathered from the light of the silvery moon. Catch one of her moonbeams and you will have shinning good luck for a lifetime to come.
She comes with all items pictured. The multi layered silver gown a silver staff and a silver base stand. She is removable from the base. Her head, arms and legs do not move. Her hair is the natural color of the blonde alpaca it came from. She has detail painted eyes. She is perfectly to scale and proportioned as a human would if 10" tall. She is all porcelain, with fired china paint so her features will not rub off.
She is the first of 20 limited edition porcelains of her face. All 20 dolls I will be making will be costumed and wigged differently and have a different theme.
Thanks for following my art dolls. Patricia Rose
May 21, 2017
May 20, 2017
Almost finished with a wonderful commission. She is my best free sculpted doll so far. My client sent me a photo of the sofa she has for a doll 1:12 scale and I made the doll as a OOAK with sculpted parts that I showed you before. Now here she is fired and ready to costume. And I photoshopped my doll image onto the picture of the sofa she has so we could get a better idea of how the doll will fit. She will be laying on a few stacked pillows and be nude to the waist. Enjoy...
May 18, 2017
May 13, 2017
Pretty Lady Dolls: Should I make a few more BJD's?: I was making 12-14" ball jointed dolls about 4 years ago. I still have all the molds. I think I should make a few more before I retire ...
May 12, 2017
Here's where we stand at this point! We've got legs to stand on now. China painting is done.
Patricia and Susan are discussing costuming at this time. So far, we know we have one ballerina, one oriental goddess, two Victorian ladies, and two girls posed together in a dance debut. Keep watching!
May 11, 2017
I am going to wash that man right out of my hair... Oh, wait, I don't have any hair yet!!!
Standing here in the diva circle desperately awaiting arms, hair, and clothes. Each one of us is just wondering, "What will I be?" Que sera sera...whatever will be, will be.
Hugs, Patricia and Susan