So yeah, here's my L doll from Deathnote. He came out looking rather more like Edward Scissorhands than I intended, but I still think he's cute.
Crouching, as he is wont to do.
Here he is uncrouched so you can see his clothes.
His jeans are made of a denim-like material and his shirt is white muslin. Not the ideal fabric for a shirt, but it has the right sort of bagginess (*cough*excuseforbeingoutofcottonjersey*cough*).
And what would L be without his sweets?
L loves cake. The cake is made of felt and a little bit of broadcloth. The plate and fork are sculpey.
And now, in his pretty dress!
Why is L a crossdresser, you ask? Why not, I say. ("I am Elle")And he likes regency clothes (for some reason)(I think it's because the empire waist hides how freakishly skinny he is despite the cake) The dress is blue satin with a bit of flowery ribbon tacked on so it didn't look plain. And he's got pretty ribbon flowers in his hair, too!
And, so he doesn't have to leave his cake behind when he goes out to balls and parties, he has a little bag to carry it in, and it matches his dress!
He is another ragdoll type, "two dimensional" doll with mitteny hands. His eyes are made of sculpey and his mouth was embroidered on. What I am most proud of is his hair, which is just black dyed corriedale wool stuck on with hot glue. The wool makes his hair very easy to shape, which is good because the "real L" has hair which rather defies gravity.
Thanks for looking!