Art doll tutorial

Learn how to make your own art doll with this step-by-step tutorial. Discover techniques and tips to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that showcases your creativity and artistic skills.
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A hairstyle, that your doll wears, is such an important element shaping the whole character of a doll. It’s even more fun if you could change the hair depending on the doll’s costume or your mood! In either case, the big questions remain. How to attach doll hair? And how to make a wig for a doll? So now I’ll take you through the steps of making this fancy looking but rather simple wig.

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Tracey Tomlinson

From all dry clays I tried, this is the best one so far. I’m using it for almost a year now and I actually see the improvement in my work. Especially in faces, with this clay I’m able to sculpt the tiniest details thoroughly. Delicate elements like eyes, lips or nose, which aren’t bigger than a cent

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Charlie Seidel
Hi All,  Okay, like I promised, here is a face tutorial on how I made the Evil Queen.   The first step is dividing the head in half from top... Crafts, Halloween, Witch Dolls, Witch Doll, Doll Making Tutorials, Art Dolls Cloth, Spirit Dolls, Spirit Art Dolls, Ooak Art Doll

Hi All, Okay, like I promised, here is a face tutorial on how I made the Evil Queen. The first step is dividing the head in half from top to bottom. I place a pin on the center seam. This will become the eye line, and the placement of the bridge of the nose. Next, I measure out from that pin about 1/4 inch and put a pin on either side of the center pin. This is the placement of the BRIDGE OF THE NOSE. Now, I'm ready for my first needle-sculpting stitch. (I remove the center pin now, as it's…

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Jocelyn W.
How to use air-dry clay for sculpting dolls — Adele Po.

I have been sculpting dolls with air-dry clay for years now. It is my favorite medium to sculpt fine details and create intricate characters. But I know some people have reservations about air-dry clay. Will it be strong enough? Can I resume sculpting after my sculpture has dried? There are so many

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Karen Freeze