Works in Progress

Izzy above.  In my opinion my best sculpt so far.  
Painting is not done.  I have some things I want to
deepen and then glaze over the whole thing to soften.
The buyer of this doll has been patiently waiting
for quite a while. This is why I have chosen 
not to do commissions in the future.
I thank the buyer for her patience.  :-)

I always have several dolls in process.  
While I'm waiting for one to dry 
I can work on one of the others.

A cloth only doll I am working on.  
Just playin'.  I haven't made a cloth only 
folk art doll in a long time. 

Poor Izzy drying on the line below.
I like to draw on them in mid creation
because it gives me lots of information 
about the sculpt and what needs adding
or taking away through sanding. 



Holiday Sparkle - Cyndi LaChance said...

SHE IS FANTASTIC. If this is unfinished, I can't wait to see the completed painted face. WOW.

McNally School said...

Your Izzy is BEAUTIFUL so far. Gorgeous head and face shape. And your cloth painted doll is darling!

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Awwwwh, isn't she something?!!See,the ugly duckling did become a swan! She's just lovely, do show us what outfit she decides on and where she's travelling to.
Warm Regards,
Susan B., Western MA

Judi Hunziker said...

Precious face Dixie!

Lana Manis said...

Dixie ~ your dolls are wonderful! I am always in awe of your talents!

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden