They are really good Sarah, They are softer and much nicer than the very first try.I think you should leave them as they are perfect and if you touch them again you may go backwards.Excellent Job Mrs W :)xx
thanks dee....they look better in real life, the photos kind of made them look harsh ....dare i say it im happy with them :) xxxx
Awesome Sarah! I agree, leave them as is and enjoy your most handsome boy! Well done! :) xxx
thanks ginger ....now all he needs is some new clothes, that will be another dillema as i dont make boys clothes ! xxx
Third time lucky or practice makes perfect - he has gorgeous eyes, well done.
lol....i wish it was 3rd time lucky but ive lost track of the different eyes hes had over the years but i think these now are for keeps xxxx
I really think they look great Sarah, I knew you could do it!! :)xxx
I meant to write yesterday, when you were saying about one eye being easier to do than the other, when it comes to BJDs, a lot of people say that it's easier to do one eyebrown for example, and then when doing the other, turn the doll upside down and do it from that angle. I tried it but I now prefer to do both eyebrows with the dolls head facing me.....but if painting eyes, I wonder if it'd be easier turning the head up the other way for the second, less easy, eye?xxx PS But please don't touch these again, they are just PERFECT!!!!
ive tried the upside down thing but doing an eyebrow when its upside down, i kind of naturally draw a mouth shape like on a smiley face , so it didnt work for me ....i dont think ill be touching these again, i think hes happy now ! :) xxxx
They're lovely. Congratulations on a job well done. He's just perfect.
Third time....perfection! Another box ticked. Been there, done that.....what's next?
thanks kendal, i wouldnt say perfection but the best i can do ! xxxx
Oh, he's gorgeous! This Gregor-holic is green with envy at your skill but truely happy that he didn't have the all too frequent gender change. Boys are wonderful too and this one is perfect. Congratulations!
glad you like him ....he was a disaster ebay buy many years ago (long story) all he needs now is some new clothes as i managed to get paint all on the bottoms of his trousers :) xxxx
I've got several similar dolls - bought by my friend on Sasha-dash trips to junk and charity shops all over Britain, many years before they became collectors items. Ellie kept them to do up in retirement but didn't make it that far and I inherited all two dozen. They are taking a while and a lot of thought to deal with........but, oddly, I still keep seeing another doll whom I feel needs me to buy him/him......Seeking help on the NHS for this sashaholism, but no cure has yet been found.....
thats alot of dolls to inherit ! ...yes theres always "just one more " (lol) xxxx