Every now and then I find myself having an uncontrollable urge to make a clown doll... I pretty much hate all clowns equally since they always look like they're up to no good, but they no doubt make excellent creepy rag dolls! This guy is 22 inches tall, completely hand stitched, sporting some of my most favorite vintage buttons, and carrying a butcher knife sculpted from paper clay.
One of the things I enjoy most when making dolls is putting my spin on the classics... like these 3 Little Red Riding Hood Dolls. They're all 22 inches tall, completely hand stitched, and each very similar to the others.
a couple of corpse bride dolls... I think they'd have been much cooler if I had sculpted their bones with clay instead of painting them on, but that would have made them too fragile. I'm really happy with the dresses though! After much frustration while trying to find the perfect fabrics for them, I finally decided to hand dye some chiffon to the shade I was looking for.
I just finished these today... the Jester is a remake of another I had made a few years ago, and the other is based off a goth girl doll in my gallery with an added nose, at the buyers request. I think they came out really cute
a couple more new dolls... the first one was made with the intention of having a chained Cerberus, but I have never made a 4 legged dog before, and I kind of got frustrated with trying to make a pattern that would work the way I envisioned him.
Soooo she ended up with this winged beast instead, who isn't nearly as beastly looking as I'd like maybe next time!
Someone requested a large version of the little 11 inch kitty I make for my Emily the Strange doll so here he is at 22 inches tall with a big honkin butcher knife and a poor little unsuspecting mouse...