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Anna’s LD Progress
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GREED – Hands
The trouble with hands.
Obviously Greed needed articulated hands, so I was stuck as to how to go about doing them. These are photos of the trials I still have lying around.
The final is a pipe cleaner base with braided pipe cleaners to make them stronger in black knit gloves we had lying around the house.
Bouncer – Head attached
As you can see I attached Bouncer’s head and even finished her face. I’m toying with how to make her shirt and what size her hands should be. I was originally thinking about the size of my hands but I’m rethinking that as they seem much too big comparatively.
Bouncer is supposed to have outlandishly large hands……however that might be a little TOO outlandish
Props if you can name the odds and ends on my sewing machine and on mah TV.
BOUNCER – Body
I decided to work on Greed today instead of Pride, mostly because I wanted to get some solid work done on Greed before Sunday so I could feel like it could happen.
I have cut off the weird platform next to Jezebelle because really, each doll deserves to be the focus of each branch. Not overshadowed by crowding.
DIANA – Legs
As you can see I have been working on the stitching for Diana’s robot legs.
Obviously turning a robot plush is very difficult and takes the utmost skill and dexterity.
Unfortunately Diana will just have to put up with me fumbling around and poking her with needles.
Such a pity.
DIANA – Beginning
I am not currently hard at work on Diana, the LittleDead of Pride!
I debated for a while between her and Bouncer over who got Pride and who got Greed but in the end, Diana got Pride because I originally had her as Vanity……..until I learned that wasn’t one of the 7 sins………
Sigh, I suppose thats what I get for not going to the Catholic high school. Just don’t know my sins.
TYBALT – Putting on the Ritz
So These are just a few in progress images of Tybalt’s clothes.
The first being his PANTS! Which are made from a pair of MY OWN old pinstripe pants. I’m sure you are amazed at my repurposing of old material.
The second is my very careful painting of the edge of Tybalt’s cloak. Tybalt is a witchywitch and thus he must have a cloak. I used a mix of white,black, and lilac paint along with a acrylic to fabric paint converter. The goal was to make the edge seem worn and dusty, give it character.
Due to the way it falls I had to do both the inside and the outside of the cloak.