Sunday, 21 September 2014

I could have picked something easier.

Looking back at what I had set out to do 21 days ago is not as easy as I thought, no on the contradictory it is supper hard work. I was aiming for one personalised Paper Doll a day but really never thought it through properly. I had no idea to how much time I needed to get them all ready and assembled.

Yesterday I promised to give you a little update on Paper Doll number 15, Clare Willcocks. I didn't have a good start with the doll because after cutting her out I lost a leg and then I found out she had two left hands. Nevertheless I  have now arrived at the place where the doll is ready for her second coat of varnish and then on to the best part of the whole process where she comes alive and is ready to leave the studio.

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Clare Willcocks said...

Oh Manon, this is fantastic! Sorry it's turning out to be a more time consuming task than you thought, but the end results are looking really great, so don't lose heart!

What are you planning on doing with all the dolls once they are constructed?

Thanks again for making a 'me' I'm looking forward to buying me to cut out and assemble myself! :D

Scarlet said...

I'm so enjoying and loving your work and I'm glad I have your blog to that I remembered following you a while back. :)

Lola Azul said...

I've just discovered your blog and I really like it. I love to create paper dolls and it's a pleasure to share this hoby with you. I follow you. :)