Thomas 2.0, some mods. The head on the left has additive mod with closed eyes, the head on the right has subtractive mod with opened eyes.
I’ll offer some extra heads from this batch for sale, please stay tuned!
Faceup for DollShe Rosen - commission.
Made some outfits for my and my friend’s tinies.
Favnik is Lati Yellow Lami Elf, Cookie is a Lati Yellow Cookie.
waight-utziga said: I couldn't help but notice that frog in your face-ups ad banner. Can you tell me what it is I'm LITERALLY DYING to know :D
Thank you so much for asking! That’s my BJD doll Mr. Ropuha, and the preorder period on this doll in a moss skintone is opened on JPop site at the moment:
More info about Ropuha:
And, finally, my Victorians together!
Oh, I love their height difference so much.
Thomas Sharpe cosplay for the forthcoming “Crimson Peak” movie by Guillermo del Toro with Tom Hiddleston.
The doll is Whispering Grass Thomas on FaCo Doll body. Full custom is by me.
thylabee replied to your photoset “Another doll head is in progress…”
Woah that looks impeccable! You’re the only artist I know to successfully sculpt realistic faces to bjds and have them look proper and not awkward. What clay do you use btw?
Thank you very much! Considering the fact there are many artists/companies who sculpt a realistic dolls it’s a high praise!
I tried to work with Castilene (the most firm grade) because I saw that Namonaki Workshop uses it for BJDs. And I already like the stuff! Though it requires some time to get used to it . The material is perfect for cutting/carving, and that’s how I work. It’s very similar to Apoxie Sculpt in that sense. The stuff is really firm and it doesn’t soften in my hands. It was a problem when I worked in plasticine. Also I’ve read that Castilene can be sanded but didn’t try it yet, as I work only 3 days with it)) It also evens out nicely under a heating gun. I hate sanding, so that’s the advantage!