Thursday, June 16, 2011

Apple and Victoria

My daughter Gabriela always tells me that my adult dolls looks like that they are lost in the 80's or 90's because of how i dress them.... oh don't take her wrong... she is a bit right. The thing is , I am old fashioned and not always like the modern fashion of now days and i tend to dress my dolls just like ....me! scary no???*grin*

soooooo.... here I am , for a change - Apple, a very different adult figurine.
She is also different because I made her neck ball-jointed. I think she is a nice pretty doll.... what you think? do you like this style or the one that i made last week better?i am "dying" to know!!!*Smiles*
**Availabe on my Ebay.

























































































10 comments:

Ascension said...

Absolutamente maravillosas las dos.
Me encanta el color negro.
Que maravillosas facciones, son tan reales.
besitos ascension

The Old Maid said...

She is so different and soooo modern ;D Which reminded me about you BJD Patricia. Will you ever make them again? Hugs

Eliana said...

Oi Patricia! Achei a Apple linda. Gabi pode até ter razão, mas o visual desta sua nova boneca ficou 10! A possibilidade de 'virar' a cabeça deve ter dado uma 'graça' ainda maior.
Um grande abraço.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

OH DEAREST!!!!! SOOOOOOOO DARLING! WOW...you have taken your sculptures to new HEIGHTS! They are both so beautiful, like YOU!!! Nita

MALINIK said...

Your sculptures are always beautiful!
Ina

maddyrose said...

Both dolls are lovely as are all of your creations. You have such a talent, who cares how they are dressed? They are always going to be beautiful.

Mooghiscath said...

Elle est sexy ta nouvelle poupée ,mais sa petite fille n'a pas l'air contente !

Steinworks said...

OMG I thought they were store bought dolls when I first looked at them, then I looked closer and I was completely blown away

they are stunning, very well done

fairyrocks said...

Your creations are fantastic!! Wow you have a rare talent.
Keep smiling and creating

Christel Hutson said...

Dear Pat, you have been busy, fabulous work! I love the soes, the animals, all the tiny details! xox Christel