I had started this doll with the intention of having her completed for Easter but got so side tracked with the commission wedding dress as well as my own personal costumes. She is now completed and up in my Etsy shop waiting for a home. As always, layaway is available and I can break payments up to help make her easier to afford.
As with all my dolls, she is 100% handmade with no use of molds. Many hours and much love have gone into their construction. All pieces are original works that cannot be duplicated.
You can follow more of my work and progress on my art page.
14.5″, hand sculpted in cernit clay. She will be posted for sale tonight in my Etsy shop.
Here are two new pieces that I am working on.
The first one is going to be a wall piece. During my last semester in college I did several wall pieces in my ceramics class, and I absolutely loved the results that I came out with, so I was inspired to go back and experiment with the idea again. Unfortunately, I sold the pieces without being able to take any descent pictures of them, so now I am giving myself a chance to document the process. So far this is what I have done.
This next one was created with the intention of becoming a full doll with slightly posable legs and arms much like my other ribbon jointed dolls however in the end she became just a static sculpture (although I may still give her arms). It seems when I am working my plans almost always change drastically which is why I almost just gave up completly working from a planned idea or sketch.