Honest Advice/opinion welcome


#1

Hello everybody .I am new to the world of reborning and just ordered my first kit. I bought a cheap baby at our local thrift store to use as a test baby until mine arrived .I have so much to learn. Here is how my cheap test baby turned out .Any advice?imageimage


#2

She turned out really good…:grin:


#3

I would suggest that you take the pics in natural daylight. It is really hard to tell from the pics in artificial light.


#4

Good start! Your eyebrows are too high and thick though-especially if he will be a baldy.


#5

They’re not too thick. Bald babies can have bushy eyebrows too. :wink:
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#6

Great Job!!!


#7

That looks very good for a first try. The only thing that I personally think looks a bit off is the lips. The way it’s sculpted, the bottom lip would be a bit fatter.
Other than that, it looks great!


#8

Good job!


#9

If I were you, I’d get a realborn to work on, because this type of doll has almost NO detailing on it — it’s hard to make something out of nothing.
If you get a realborn kit, you will learn how to do creases and other fine detail work — that’s what a beginner needs, IMO…@Ldbr2007


#10

I have placed an order .hopefully it will be here early next week .


#11

I think he looks much better.


#12

That’s the first doll I’ve ever made too, the same baby. I never sold it, so I might still have it too. Yours definitely looks much better than mine did. Mine turned out so orange. Good job!


#13

Great first baby xo


#14

Great improvement on him! Looks like you’re ready to paint your kit. Waiting for that first kit seems to take forever.


#15

That baby definitely looks better.


#16

I decided he needed some hair .How did I do? Any tip on improvement are welcome .
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#17

Really good for a first time. I think he’s adorable. :heart_eyes:


#18

You did an excellent job IMO :smile: !!!


#19

I think he looks great. You are going to be good at this.