Hack An Inexpensive Doll To Be Poseable. Plastic Nails For BJD Tutorial (Size Adaptable) Tutorials For Doll Customizers. Fabglassshoes: Hello , is it alright to request refs?
Like eyebrow refs? Some eyebrow refs would be wonderful...if it's okay ^^ fyeahbjdmods: Making Painted Doll Eyeballs For BJDs. Painting Realistic Doll Teeth Tutorial. Vampire Fangs For Barbie Or Other Fashion Dolls. Ips and ricks for ampire angs This is a quicky, all the steps are there, I just didn't spend as much time on them as I could/should have.
The more time you spend sanding, the better your fangs will look. Makeup By Mia. Creating A Mermaid Tail For Your Doll - By Valkyrie. Removable Cat Ears For Your Ball Jointed Doll (BJD) Good News!
Adding removable cat ears (or other appendages) to you beloved doll is easier than ever. Using the following techniques you can be tearing your hair out in no time. Let’s start with a list of the tools and materials you’ll need to degrade you favorite miniature gal (or guy) to sub-human status. Author’s NoteThis procedure is best attempted while watching a Futurama episode such as Parasites Lost. List of Materials. Tutorial For Making Water Color Doll Wings By VALKYRIE. Hose ings!
Or How to get the water color effect on fabric..... Back to the Tutorial Index For the physical "how do you make them" - please visit Something Different CreationsWhich is where I learned! I'm using the gothic/medieval fairy Maera for this one, you'll see her at the bottom. What you'll need before you begin: a candle a #10 paintbrush #5 paintbrush your pre-made wingsspray bottle ice cube tray, shot glass or something of that nature acrylic paints waxed paper a thick rag One more thing.... a COMFORTABLE chair - I can do a set of wings in about six hours - my first set took me eight - not something to start into without lots of time and a good seat cushion!
FIRST - Decide on your wing colors/styles and design. Paint ALL of the veining on ALL of the wings at this point - they must be *completely* dry before you go to the next stage. WELL - a pretty enough wing.... and if you're working in chiffon or silk - this is where you stop. THERE now - that wasn't so hard was it! How To Make Butterfly Wings. Dye A Blonde Doll's Hair! All you will need to achieve these wonderful colors are: a $5 blonde doll Liquitex acrylic paint in the color of your choice a fine-toothed flea comb ($1-$5 in most stores) small Dixie-cup (bathroom size) water a small shallow dish newspaper or rags Tips on choosing a doll:Choose a doll with the shiny hair that has thick strands.
The thin fibrous hair will not take the dye as well. Tips on choosing a color:Reds tend to come out orangey, and black tends to be a silvery-grey. The colors I used to acheive the above results were (from left to right): Cadmium Yellow, Phthalocyanine Blue, Hibiscus Pink and Dioxazine Purple of the Liquitex brand name. Not pictured: Crimson Red (which resulted in a Tangerine color) and Emerald Green (which resulted in a gorgeous Lime!). Preparing the Dye:Squirt about a dime-sized dallop of the paint into the bottom of the Dixie cup. The Dyeing Process:Place the doll, hair fanned out, onto the newspaper or rags. Loki BJD Wig. In this i will share photos and tell you how i made my rooted Loki wig.
First off i used a size 9/10 foam head I got with a wig. It seemed convenient. I marked out where i wanted the hairline and made an outline for the wig. Next I wrapped the head in plastic wrap to protect the foam and prevent the silicone from sticking to the actual head. The plastic was easy to peal off later.Keep in mind also when rooting the hair into the silicone the hair will also stick into the foam. you will have to gently pry the wig off the head when you are done rooting. for mine it took a little bit of foam with it that i picked out after i had it off. Reducing A Wig To Fit A Smaller Doll. Here's how I reduced an SD wig to a MSD wig.
I don't have pictures of the process, only the end product (and my pictures aren't so great - sorry, photography isn't my gift.). I put the wig on inside out on the doll's head and pinned out the excess along the back/ side seams. Then I carefully cut up the back/side seams from the inside. I made sure to avoid cutting the hair except at the weft seam. Liale, Forest Fae OOAK Doll - With Full Tutorials By VALKYRIE - Forest Fae This doll is in the home of a private collector and not available for sale or duplication.HOWever.... and, yes, before we get to the pics....Liale is something different.
She was made specifically in order to create tutorials with for my Forum.SO..... just because Liale is gone, that doesn't mean you're out of luck? *grin*There are....... Alternatives! Liale has, of course, had a full repaint - all of her factory paint was removed and she was hand painted with artist quality acrylics and a (very) small paint brush... Liale wears a dark jewel green velvet catsuit, fringed and embroidered leather gauntlets, fringed leather boots with delicate cutwork, and embroidered leather belt and baldric.
Her bow is made from ebony wood and was made by VKW. Hat Others Have Done! Ake her Yourself!
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