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How to Make Baby Fairies with Push Molds & Polymer Clay

FOR BUDDING DOLL ARTISTS If you are a budding doll artist whose interest has been captured by the masterful OOAK doll artist who show their work all over the internet, you too can learn to sculpt dolls. ¬†Instead of starting … Continue reading

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Doll Head & Hands Mold Project – Part 3

LET’S ADD THE BONES: Looking at the diagram to the left, create clay bones along the armature wire. ¬†This will all be covered with layers of flesh, so it’s not crucial that the bones be perfect. Make sure you leave … Continue reading

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OOAK Chair Doll – Adding the Doll’s Top – Part 29

Adding the Doll’s Top – Part 29 – Publish on 04/02/14 Cut a small rectangle of the white stocking top, and fit around the arm and hand stitch onto the doll’s right arm. Cut another rectangular piece of the white … Continue reading

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OOAK Chair Doll – The Shoulders and the Head Armature – Part 21

The Shoulders and the Head Armature At this point, I choose a final pose for the doll. Add a little Liquid Sculpy to the edge of the shoulders and the upper arm bones. Add more pads of clay and sculpt … Continue reading

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