Jul 152015
 

I’m currently working on 2 blythe dolls. Turning them into males this time. And a twins too.

First one is Heston. Heston stays with me while his twin brother, Christian, is a commissioned work for a friend.

Heston. Blythe
*Heston

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*Christian

Still work in progress but I really am excited for their final outcome.

Dec 102012
 

How cute is Danielle here?!?!

I find those pair of eyeglasses so cute when I first laid eyes on them. Luckily the seller was local so I was able to receive two pairs just a few days after I ordered them. The magazine was also from the same seller.

This was from the first trial shots I took yesterday late afternoon, I just used an iphone4s for this one.

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Nov 222012
 

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I am almost done customizing JADE, my Blythe Emerald. I am so in love with this dolly, I think it’s because of her emerald hair which is a unique color!

Her scalp is still unattached to her head in this photo, and still is. I am not done boggling her eyes yet and giving her her 3rd eyechips set.  Here’s what I’ve done for JADE:

 

Opening of head carefully, scalp removal.
Sand-matted her face.
Lips curved.
Gaze corrected.
Nose given holes.
Curved philtrum.
Sightly opened her eyes socket.
New eyelashes.
2 New set of eyeschips by coolcat. I both love the 2 sets!
Airbrushed eyelid with deep green as base and with gold combination as coating.
Sleepy eyes.
2 Classic pullrings.
Made her a pair of earrings.
Sealed her face by airbrushing it with a special matte varnish (German made).

I have tried using Mr. Super Clear UV CUT FLAT but I DID NOT LIKED IT! It has a very sticky finish causing dirt to easily stick to the doll’s face. So I had to resand her face and airbrushed it with the special matte varnish that I normally use.