Just a couple of fleshie dolls to share with you. These two I sent off last week to British Columbia to an artist there. I don't know what will happen to them in her hands, but I am sure they will be spectacularly transformed.
You've seen the light brown one before but the white one is completely new. I just roughly attached the limbs so that they can be easily separated for painting and whatnot.
The hands are wired so they can bend and hold things. I love the toes on this one, so adorable.
An in progress picture below. Sometimes when I am on duty for girl child's performances, in the costume room, and I am not in the midst of a zipper or ripped ruffle emergency, I work on the dolls. The children who come into the room have taken to come in to see my process. The other day I was working on a doll similar to this one and I was just at the stage of attaching a breast when one of the girls walked in to see my cute little doll and encountered this instead:
I did warn them, doll making is a bit creepy. Now they know they should never sneak up on a doll maker because you can't un-see certain things.
One last picture, same as I posted on my Facebook page last week. The spooning picture.