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Well I have been busy again. I went downstairs and turned the ceramic heater on full blast and went to work again. Anyways this art doll is for the theme "yellow". So other then the color you can pretty much do what you want. So I collaged and piled stuff on until I really couldn't fit on anymore stuff without covering something else up.
Particulars of this doll in case your wondering are as follows.
Wings - Stamped with Staz-On ink on packing plastic and then the back is colored with alcohol inks (Butterscotch, Carmel and Gold.)
Face - Made with polymer clay then painted with Polished Pigments by Luminarte. (The satin roses are also painted with Polished Pigments.)
Left Hand- Covered with a "Gold Mica Paste" that I have used for the first time and is made by Golden.
Hair - Strips of "ribbon yarn" are cut and glued to the back of the head.
Right Leg - The flower on the knee cap is made from glue on "studs" that I bought at Michael's.
Skirt - Petals punched out of yellow vellum and glued to form a skirt.
Body - Some of the paper was not yellow when I started so to unify the color I watered down some ochre acrylic paint and washed the entire doll. (I quickly dabbed it with a paper towel to keep it light in color.)