Hi, today I want to show you what makes me so happy! Today I recieved a large box of scraps of long haired pieces of fur! I buy them from this lady. the price is very cheap too! 150 danisk kroners for 1 kg! (approx $18)
Iordered them in mainly brown, black and grey colors, and I cant wait to make beautiful hair with it!
This fur will fit a young boy or perhaps a troll?
Beautiful long curly hair for an old witch?
Long black 6" hair for a younger witch?
Oh - there is a cat in there.... Julie is going crazy with all the fur... Biting and licking and rolling herself in it...
Curly light grey for an old hag?
I really love the fur. It is so nice and soft, and smells like goat ;-) Perhaps that is the reason my cat is going insane - hi hi!
Another thing to share tonight is news about Hannah. For those of you who have been following my progress with this doll, I am sorry I haven´t posted final pics of her. The reason is that there is something terrible wrong with her outfit. At the beginning I really loved it, but soon I started to really hate it....Her slim elegance was tucked away in a clumsy dress. I will make her a new very soon. Her legs are terrible too. The keep on bending a little biy out of shape. I think I will remove her stockings and quilt padding and sculpt them completely with Magic Sculpt. In this way I can´t pose her legs, but she will again look slim and femenin like she did in the first stages of her development.
See for yourself:
She is lying on the table for easier fotographing only. She can srtanly stand on her own proudly without support.
Here is her lovely face. She still need some eyelashes, but I really like her kind facial expression. She is a good witch ;-)
Finally I would like to recommend a good book about creativity. It is a very old classic about keeping a journal, to expand ones creativity and spiritual development. It was published back in 78, but I think it is still fresh and relevant. I was wondering if perhaps blogging was the new way of keeping an journal? What do you think?
"The diary is the only form of writing that encourages total freedom of expression. Because of it's very private nature, it has remained immune to any formal rules of content, structure or style. As a result, the diary can come closest to reporducing how consciousness evolves." ~Tristine Rainer