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Okie dokie, Frankies face is sculpted onto the ball like all of my dolls and her hair was sculpted on a separate ball allowed to dry partially then hollowed out before it was glued to her head (note: this was before I realized model magic woulda been a better idea lol, much lighter) The torso was made in the manner as most of my dolls, a wooden block but I glued two wooden balls and filled in the gaps with air drying clay. I carved one arm out of wood and the other is just a random plastic arm painted green. Making a "composite" creature is fun because pieces don't need to match. Her neck is a metal tube, with bolts or rather screws and I drilled lots of holes for copper staples here and there. Her dress is just a piece of faux leather wrapped around and glued into place :)

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Nightmarequeen · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 12 projects
she's amazimg
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Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
like your Frankie far toooo much, sooo smart idea to use a plastic doll arm for her as well.LOL
she looks awesome and cool;-D xxx

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