Our newest Twyla doll, I tried something a little different with her wig this time. ;)
She is now up for sale on Etsy.
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A new basic doll, up in the shop.
She’s a relatively simple Frankie, drawing a bit off of the dolls factory face-up.
She is for sale here.
Between last night and now, this doll has already found a home.
She’s no longer for sale, but here are a few more images regardless.
I’m very proud of this doll, and I hope you like her. :)
I wanted her to look human, so her wolf ears have been removed, and she’s been rerooted. I always thought Clawdia’s bright yellow curls were a bit jarring.
Our newest addition to the shop, continuing the series of spring themed floral dolls. :)
Now available on etsy.
Recently, photographs were posted of what a blank Scarah Screams looks like.
Here is the finished result. She looks quite a bit like Spectra, when painted up again.
Scarah Screams was a delightful doll to work with, I hope to see many more Scarahs on toy store shelves in the future.
She can be purchased at our Etsy shop.
Hydrangea is the newest addition to the shop, and can be found here.
It’s a great joy working on these floral themed dolls.
If any followers live in the pacific north west, then they may be aware of the rain we’ve been having.
These spring themed dolls have been a wonderful distraction. :)
Continuing the photo sets of blank dolls, I have Rochelle, Scara Screams, and Spectra.
Scara and Spectra, with make-up on, look very similar. But once the factory face-ups come off you can see just how different their eyes are. Scara even has sculpted tear ducts, they’re incredibly detailed eyes for an MH doll.
Regardless of the major differences in sculpt, they look like they could be related.