BBN&B Baby 5 & 6


#1

ok- I think the color is more realistic in my last 2, and I have finally gotten rid of the sheen that the ‘shine reduction sealer’ left behind- let me know what you think!
Baby # 5 is my second Teddi by Marita Winters
Baby # 6 is Tristan by Laura Eagles
Thanks!!!


#2

great job!!! They are lookin good!!


#3

Oh, aren’t they precious! Their “skin” looks baby soft!


#4

Both look very sweet and huggable…


#5

adorable…but I would love to see more pictures


#6

Very, very sweet. Skin looks baby-moist with no shine! Nice!


#7

They look great!


#8

You did a wounderful job! Now here the question i always ask, what skintone color and wash did you use?


#9

Wow!! Good job!!


#10

I LOVE them both you’ve done a awesome job!!! :0)


#11

Thank you for the compliments!
I am not using a wash- I have not figured those out yet!
As far as skin tone, I just mix as I go- I think that is why I couldn’t get the twins to match!
I am working on #7- SWEET PEA ASLEEP -almost done, so I figured I’d post her too!
Then I am done until the Fall when I will start my Lane kits!


#12

WOW! Great job!!!


#13

Adorable!


#14

Sweet babies! love your work. Great mottling! Don’t you use air dry paint too? If so, what colors did you use and which matte varnish? I think I accidently erased your pm about it. I’ve tried the satin deltaceramcoat followed by a light diluted coat of liquidtex matte on the two calebs. The mix went well on the Nolan kit but washed out the color on the calebs some. I may not have diluted the matte enough on them. Easy to add a little more color and seal a little.


#15

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