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on: September 11, 2013 09:08:34 AM 
Started by amigurl55, Message by Kookaloo_Starr
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I don't have a printer and just trace it off my screen  Wink where there's a will,there's a way  Cheesy

Hmm OK, well I don't think I'm giving away any secrets here so I'm going to show you all what I'm up to today. I decided that I wanted to try a different method of adding breasts to the Poppet. When I made one using the Eleanor pattern my doll ended up with huge knockers right up under her chin
which is fine if that's what look you're going for but I'm not this time.
When I made Poison Ivy I appliqued two slightly stuffed circles onto the basic Poppet body and used beading to hide the joins


but I don't want to do that this time as I won't be beading or embellishing her chest.
This time I'm trying something new by drawing the curves of her breasts and splitting the torso pattern into two pieces. I thinkthis is going to work and I'll let y'all know if it does  Wink


Well, I'm a bit disappointed that I got barely there boobies this time. I'll restuff it tomorrow and needlesculpt them for a bit more definition. I'm hoping to strike a happy medium  Cheesy


 
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on: September 13, 2013 08:41:38 AM 
Started by amigurl55, Message by Kookaloo_Starr
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She's my Dragonlady Artista, she HAS got wings  Grin
 
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on: September 15, 2013 05:13:12 PM 
Started by amigurl55, Message by cmarion3
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Finally got the courage up to start my poppet. Enough planning, buying, sketching clothes and procrastinating. I did get the house clean though, as that is my typical avoidance behavior. If I am scared to start a project, I can do all kinds of things, like cleaning house, to avoid starting! This is my first poppet, but I have made dolls in the past.

But house is clean and I cut out, sewed, and stuffed all the parts. Including a rather generous male package, a little large for the poppet. The poppet is trying to convince me to keep the larger parts, but I'm in charge here!

Three arms (one failure), forgot the ears, then forgot the eyes, almost forgot the tail, various needle pricks, but I have all the parts stuffed and ready. I need to needle sculpt the body and a bit on the head. And make more in scale male bits. He's looking a bit like piglet at the moment.

Then the clothes. I am going to need the whole time. Spoiler alert! Picture below.

 
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