more pictures of cooper -

November 11th, 2008 by _d2_

in 14mm eyes and a 6.5 wig – his eyes still need some work to even them out and bevel them…. 

woot – an update *dances*

November 10th, 2008 by _d2_

yep, that’s right! an actual real update. *winks*cooper is doing quite well and will definitely be finished up this week to the junk cast stage which then will need to be cleaned up into the refined piece.xolotl is coming along slowly – but with tomorrow off i hope to get her headcap and ears roughed in.also, here are pics of the 65cm body i’m planning. both a boy and a girl and the picture really does measure 65cm, and i hope that the finished doll will be about that height. we’ll just have to wait and see!male torso -with cooper’s partial resin body to show the height difference between the two -

so sick…. too long since update….

November 8th, 2008 by _d2_

ugh, i’ve spent the last 2 (nearly 3) weeks getting over various illnesses (sinus infection, possibly the flu, stress, ect) and so i’ve fallen WAY behind schedule :(i’m finishing up cooper’s molds this weekend (hopefully will have his head cast tomorrow and everything but the leg finished being molded probably monday)i’m working hard on xolotl, too – but i’ve had to completely redo her leg joints so i’m fighting now with her ankle joint and that’s going slowly… but in good news, her arm is ready to be separated into joints and i’ve got one hand started – which means other than the ankle and arm joints, i just have one other hand, her feet, headcap, and ears to do – which i’m sure i can finish by the end of december and get her molded then too (especially since school ends mid december)i’ve also started work on my 65cm bodies – they’re just foam right now, but i’ll be working on the boy and girl bodies at the same time, as well as two side projects of mine (my beloved violin boy and a rococo-meets-steampunk half doll)i’ll probably post pics tomorrow or monday when i find time.

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i've been drawing for as long as i could hold a pencil and art became my first language. though i've only been sculpting since 2007, i fell in love with the idea of being able to bring my drawings to life. i am heavily inspired by medieval macabre artwork, japanese yokai, and oddly enough, sherlock holmes. currently i'm living just south of beautiful portland oregon ^^

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