Paisley - WIP


#61

Yes please do!!!


#62

Ty everyone for the help. I was planning on using just thinning medium because I don’t care for the gritty feeling. BUT, it didn’t allow me to draw on my vinyl with Prisma. And I really, really want to use prisma pencil for some things. I like the variation it can give.


#63

Try wetting the tip of the pencil with paint thinner and drying it on a paper towel. I use a prisma for nails,creases,lips and capillaries sometimes and I don’t varnish first.


#64

I’m sorry for taking over your post @YelenaRey! I didn’t mean to take away from Paisley because he/she is adorable!


#65

No problem, Tessa. I am GLAD to learn from every single reply. My knowledge is close to Zero and a lot of info comes from this forum :slight_smile:


#66

Eyelashes turn sweet little girls into princesses.
Of course tomorrow when glue will dry they will be trim a little.


#67

Love my new baby ‘addition’. She is not assembled yet and need a few more steps… So close!
And first grandbaby crib and other stuff found a good use again :slight_smile:


#68

She came out beautiful. And your hair painting…I am so impressed, I cannot believe you are a beginner. Each doll gets better and better!


#69

She’s amazing! You’re a natural at this! :heart_eyes:


#70

You did an amazing job on her!! She’s beautiful!! Paisley was my very first reborn doll about 6 or 7 years ago.


#71

Thank you! I am in love with her! I did like the kit when I initially ordered (but didn’t know anything about reborning yet), but never thought that I’ll love that scrunchy cutie baby so much!


#72

Oh my gosh!!! I love the hair!!! This was all prisma pencil? How many colors? I’m going to buy some today…


#73

No this is Genesis paint. Prisma proved to be useless for me.


#74

It looks amazing…


#75

Paisley was sold as a boy in the first 24 h after the listing. I still miss him :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:


#76

He was adorable!! Great job!! :hugs: