dolls can be hard to sell when your first starting out. if your worried about costs it will unfortunately be around 30-60 to get started depending on the quality and amount you get. if you have a large craft store that sells the high fashion fur like I do you can get a hold of scraps that you can use just fine now Id say that if its going to put yur wallet in jeopardy then wait till you can safely afford to do so. but I dont want you to pass it up either. making dolls can be very fun and fulfilling and I encourage anyone to try at least one
Well, whatever it is, it's amazing. I'm currently working on a story that takes place in a magical land and I'm trying to come up with creatures that would inhabit this world. So far I came up with a camo bird (a bird that takes on whatever color it's perched upon) and a weaver bug (a praying mantis/spider hybrid that has two needles for pinchers and weaves clothing for people). Silly, I know, but I always look for inspiration. I won't steal your idea, but I love seeing creative creatures!
I'm thinking about trying to make my own character like this soon, as I don't have the money to commission anyone. I've found an answer to all my questions except no one has asked what kind of internal wire you've used-or rather how to shape it?
I assume you twist two pieces into a 'candy-cane' effect-maybe three. Then bend to form spine, add more skeletal pieces. Or am I going about this all wrong?
Well, you made a bundle on Nim! That was fantastic. He's really beautiful though, I was very tempted but don't have that kind of cash laying around. Even for such a lovely critter! It seems like you art is speaking for itself, which is killer.