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Topic: Doctor Who Weeping Angel Barbie (aka " Fashion Doll ") Statue  (Read 23309 times)
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« Reply #40 on: February 16, 2011 11:46:40 AM »

It looks amazing.. I love Dr. Who but not to sure I would have the patience for this

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« Reply #41 on: March 08, 2011 02:57:42 PM »

This is the most evil Doctor Who episode I've seen. Scared the HELL outta me !!

Your model is Amazing!
So wellmade!!
Bravo !!

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« Reply #42 on: April 02, 2011 08:12:06 PM »

How did you get such great detail on the wings?

I almost don't want to blink it is that good.
« Reply #43 on: April 08, 2011 03:19:21 PM »

I first printed out a clip art picture of some wings in a shape I liked and enlarged them until they were the size I wanted, then covered the paper with clear plastic wrap and molded the paper mache into the same out line, with the top a bit thicker than the bottom. For the feathers I rolled little balls out of the paper mache into similar sizes then flattened them into the shape I wanted and made rows that slightly overlapped the row underneath it and the final row at the bottom I didn't add any 'feathers' just made lines to suggest separate feathers. Then I made small lines on the top half of each feather in the center with toothpicks and cleaned up some messy edges. I really lucked out though because I put them on a cookie sheet in the oven to speed up the drying and the top side dried more quickly than the bottom giving a nice arched shape to the pieces. I had no idea that would happen but I love how it turned out!  Thank you for looking!!!!

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« Reply #44 on: October 26, 2013 07:26:20 AM »

This is awesome! I was completely freaked out by this episode. I stumbled over your post while looking for a tutorial to make a paper mache angel tree topper. Hmmm, Dr Who Christmas. Now the wheels are turning...

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