Monday, June 14, 2010

Two Cecelia Dolls

I've been working on these girls for awhile. Both are made from craft velour, and made from my "Cecelia" pattern. They have synthetic wigs sewn in place. Clothing is removable (including panties). I added collars to their dresses (something new since publishing the pattern). They wear little lycra panties, which are also removable.

Their flat faces are needle sculpted, which is why the velour is so nice to use. I don't think this would work with a woven. Features are colored with acrylic paint and colored pencils.

Their arms and jointed. Their heads are jointed, too, so their heads can turn left and right. 


Ayala Art said...

Both of them are so beautiful!

Kate said...

Love, love, love the faces. The nose sculpting is pretty darn near perfect as I can tell. But then it IS you after all.

Abi said...

They are wonderful.. I paricularly love the little girl with the yellow dress on... such an adorable face.

Karen Mallory said...

Deanna, they turned out so beautifully! You can tell how much better you are since you put out the original pattern!
You always do such fabulous work!
hugs Karen

Bonnie Lee Fontaine said...

Gorgeous little girls! I sooo get the blur of time. It feels like our lives streak by on the racetrack these days. I see other artists that crank out five dolls a month and I think they simply don't sleep. Your work has not suffered for lack of time, however. It is stunning as always. :o)