I recently completed a commission that allowed me to experiment with a new medium.
Okay, it isn't new, but it isn't something I have used for flocking before.
The base doll for this project was a Hunger Games Finnick Ken.
Here is his disembodied head also sometimes referred to as a before shot.
I'd say, judging from his expression, he isn't feeling the before picture.
Oddly, I think he's feeling this look.
I flocked both sides in a very fine black glitter.
It went everywhere.
I should've donned a mask, but I had no idea the sparkling death my lungs would incur.
Still, it looks pretty don't you think?
For a guy who has glitter on both sides of his head, he looks serious.
I'd like to point out that neither of us happens to be magicians.
His shirt was changed to gray using Photoshop. ;)
For those of you who may not recognize the gal in the above picture, she is a Tris Divergent Barbie doll.
I liked her original look.
But you know I'm a sucker for longer hair when it comes to my dolls.
So, this transformation may not surprise you.
She was rerooted in original brunette from Restoredoll.com.
I re-named her Clara, and she is wearing another beautiful creation from HautePoppet.
I know a lot of individuals aren't thrilled with the new Made to Move Barbie bodies.
But I LOVE them!
The range of motion coupled with the affordability is a win/win for me.
On an unrelated note,
I have officially dropped the "A" and will now be known as "Doll Affinity" instead.
I will be changing out logos reflecting the new and subtle name change soon-ish.
May this find you happy and smiling,
*~*~*Cat and her dolly horde*~*~*