I'm not sure why, but it's felt like I've been in a creative slump of late. I've been plugging away at this doll as time and energy allowed, and I'm happy to have finally completed her (note ~ this is NOT one of those many unfinished projects featured in an earlier post). Here's a pre-assembly photo.
This is a doll made for one of my co-workers, using my Averill pattern with an alternate clay face and different costuming (she wanted a doll like "Sonia" made late this past year).
This doll has the hands and feet featured in my fingernail/toenail tutorial a few posts back (see the link to the left).
She has hair made from hand-dyed Tibetan lamb on the hide, which is the perfect scale for dolls.
More pending dolls with deadlines:
Penny challenge - due March 31
Eugene Joint Meeting luncheon doll - Madame Alexander inspired - due April 2
I know there's more than that, but this is all I can begin to think about right now.