Introducing my newest KRISHNA! Pics for days!


#1

I’m still learning, but I love this little dude!! :slight_smile:



#2

So darn cute! Perfect!


#3

I want you to do a day of the dead!


#4

On my list! :0)


#5

YAY!!! I can’t wait to see what sculpt you choose!!!


#6

Very nice!


#7

Fabulous!


#8

Well done…cute…!


#9

@cm006j there ya go!


#10

He is so beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing more pictures.

I would love to hear how you went about getting the blue skin tone if you felt like sharing!


#11

I can’t remember the exact mix, but when I paint blue, green, etc… dollies, I just get the color I want and barely thin the mix. Enough to blend together, but not so watery that it takes 20 layers. This guy was probably only 2-3 layers to get his base blue. I used a brush to apply mix to eyes, nose, mouth and ears then pounced like a crazy person til it was all perfectly blended. Here are two zombie babies I did the same way. What are you making? :heartpulse:


#12

Awesome! I want to make a Krishna and I wasn’t sure if I should start with regular skin layers and then add a blue on top or start with a blue and then do skin layers or just do the blue!


#13

Oh just do blue! Flesh will get covered up. :0) Have fun!! Post pics!


#14

Thank you! I feel much more confident now! :slight_smile:


#15

You totally got this!


#16

It’s hard to get an accurate picture of the color but I’m happy with how it’s going! It’s rather darker than yours. I only have the vein blue to work with! lol.

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#17

Ooh so fun! Aww the Kate sculpt was my first (sad) attempt at rebounding, lol What do you think of him? Are you doing hair?


#18

I love the Kate sculpt. It was my first doll too. I’m feeling good about it even though the blue is not as vibrant as I had planned. I think he’s cute.

I bought a wig, though I’ve never done wigs before. It’s curly and black and looks a bit over the top to me. I’m going to try to trim it down a little bit.

The last part left to do is dying a body navy blue with RIT dye!