Thursday, August 5, 2010

My Creative Space

Last night i finished this doll of the logo for a new T-shirt company. I thought I would end up having to use felt for the red feathers, but managed to sew in some real ones in the end. I drew the face free hand, so its not exact. The body has been left plain, for them to add to it.

This is a girl that I didn't get finished in time for the Auckland Art Gallery Fair. I've applied the hair in a slightly different way again.


(some fabric from etsy!)

And an update on this one, Miss E has taken the fur coat off her sheep (Miss Olive), and thinks it suits her doll waaay better! (her sheep is looking a little cold now though - wish I could sew clothes!)

I won't be spending too long infront of the computer today, as I have an eye infection. Got some funny looks at kindy this morning - with my wrist strapped up and a swollen eye!!

To see loads more Creative Spaces, pop over to the ever clever Kirsty's!

11 comments:

Kim Whalen said...

i think the voodoo guy turned out fantastic jennie!!!! awesome!

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Seaside Siblings said...

He is a bit different to your usual dolls! The girls both look fab- the coat is vet fitting for this chilly weater!

Sarah@Dolls And Daydreams said...

Love that fabric!!!! Soo cool ... and the logo doll looks fab! And all this with one eye ...

hmmm... perhaps we should call you ... one eyed wonder woman!

Big hugs, get better soon!

Tracey said...

love the newspaper fabric

Little Ted Canvas said...

WOW! Brilliant t-shirt doll & I love that etsy fabric, how gorgeous!

flossy-p said...

Oh Gosh, I love your dolls! Their faces are lovely, and hold so much personality!

m.e (Cathie) said...

lovely space Jennie! sweet sweet dolls & that newspaper print fabric!
hope your eye infection clears soon.

Steph said...

Poor you with a sore eye and wrist! Wishing you a healthy body!! Everything looks grand. That pirate doll is pretty groovy. :)

Kate said...

Oh no! I hope you feel better really soon.
I love the late gallery doll. She looks so spunky in her boots and wrap. Gorgeous space, as usual.

Dee said...

i love your dolls...mega-talent! :)
so great to see a mama doing so well selling handmade...yeah!!
Dee

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