Sunday, May 5, 2013

A doll for a doll.

The problem with making
 a doll
for a doll
is that the doll
needs to look like a doll
when it's held by the doll.

Follow me?

Good.

Here is the doll 
for a doll.
She still needs her apron
but she's nearly done.


Does she look like a doll?


All right, then.

Here is the doll
(very unfinished)
holding her doll.

Excuse horrible flash photography.


Does she look happy
with her doll?


If she looks happy
with her doll
then 
I'm happy
with her doll.



Rhissanna




28 comments:

  1. Yes they look very happy together...she has her a tight hug so you might have trouble getting Alice back again:)

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    1. I know! I was just trying the little Alice for scale and thought that looks really cute! The light was pretty crummy for taking photos, but I thought, what the hey! That's what photoshop is for!

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  2. She looks VERY happy with her doll. Happy dolls on all fronts!

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    1. Thank you! I'm still hoping it looks like a little girl bunny with her doll, not a creepy giant rabbit grabbing a kid!

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  3. Aww! They are both so cute!

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    1. Thank you, Mandy! That's very sweet of you!

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  4. A creepy giant rabbit grabbing a kid didn't enter my mind when I saw the photos.

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    1. Lol! Well, that's good! Because I do worry about the creepy factor!

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  5. I can see that she is very happy with her doll. They look adorable together! Great work!!!!

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  6. Oh, oh, oh....What amazing work, you truly have a gift! Yes, she looks like she LOVES her doll!

    Carol

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    1. That's very sweet of you, Carol! I'm having a wonderful time making this doll with her doll. They really do seem to go together!

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  7. Your doll looks fantastic! LOVE her face and eyes, and her lovely blue dress...well done! Happy May, Happy Mother's Day :)

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    1. Thank you! Happy May and Mother's Day to you!

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  8. Yes, Yes...she indeed looks happy!
    like they were made for each other (wink, wink, get it) LOL!

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    1. Up at this time with a pun at the ready? Well done, sir! And thank you!

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  9. Wow she is amazing . You did a wonderful job. I too want to make an Alice now.
    By the way how is the head coming on?

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    1. Thank you, Shashi!

      I hope to have some photos of the head by the weekend!

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  10. She is very happy with her doll! They are both adorable!! Love them ;o)

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    1. Thank you, wonderful Magic Love Crow!

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  11. I love your tiny dolls just as much as I love your larger dolls...they are always so exquisite and charming. Can't help but love them all!!! That is why I adore Miss Rabbit and Alice which I have! They 'complete' each other~ Can't have one without the other!
    XO
    Teresa
    http://amagicalwhimsy.blogspot.com/

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    1. Oh, Teresa, thank you for saying this! The 'Rabbit with her Alice doll' is an important theme for me, and I hope to make it in all kinds of variations. I'm so happy you have the first one, as I know you love Alice dolls.

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  12. These dolls are wonderful. You do the most fabulous Rabbits and I thought Alice was a sweet little doll and I think the Rabbit agrees with me. Looks like she is really enjoying her sweet Alice.

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    1. Thank you. It honestly wasn't a picture I posed. I was just checking the scale of the two dolls together and thought, 'Wow, she really likes that doll!'. I was worried Alice was too large at first, but they do seem (literally) made for each other.

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  13. I think that the little doll looks really cute! The rabbit doll seems happy having it as her friend :)

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    1. Thank you! They do look like good friends already, don't they?

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  14. You are so kind to come over and say hello to Gus... Thanks so much for your kind thoughts

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    1. Happy to visit you, Penny and lovely Gus!

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Thank you all for the wonderful and supportive things you say! I'm thrilled to read them and I reply to each one.