Portrait of a BJD

Portrait of a BJD
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Thursday, November 24, 2011


Starting tonight at midnight 11/24 (Thanksgiving Eve) and ending midnight Monday night 11/28, take 10% off your total order in my Etsy shop.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Just listed now on Ebay!

Just listed now on eBay. Sculpting an OOAK Bjd using Polymer Clay!
New on Cd disc, "Sculpting an OOAK BJD with Polymer Clay", this tutorial will show the experienced to advanced doll artist how to make an original one-of-a-kind BJD out of polymer clay! Some sculpting and prior knowledge of working with polymer clay is required. THIS IS NOT A "LEARN TO SCULPT" TUTORIAL. While this tutorial will not teach you to sculpt a figure in clay (you need to know how to do this already**), or paint and costume your finished figure, I will show the experienced doll maker how to add movement to their doll making skills, by creating a ball jointed doll! Ball joint doll design, sculpting each individual piece, adding joints to those pieces and stringing your creation will all be thoroughly covered! You will be amazed to see your doll come to life with movement, and if made and strung properly..your doll should be able to stand on it's own un-aided!! This tutorial is available on disc in pdf format to either be viewed on your computer or easily printed into book form. Translations of this tutorial are now available in both SPANISH and FRENCH, just ask for one of these versions in the message box when you check out...if not mentioned you will automatically get the ENGLISH version. You will not find a tutorial like this anywhere else, I am also writing a full length book on ball joint dolls, tentatively to be published in 2012. The book will cover several jointing options, making your own eyes, wigs, shoes, hats and costumes...plus much, much more!
What customers are saying...
Ellifolks says: Wonderful BJD tutorial - very detailed with lots of photos and very clear instructions. Thank you, Kori!!!!
cre8inart says: "THE BEST" Tutorial I've ever purchased - Wonderful SellerHoneysuckledolls says: Very well done tutorial - well-written and easy to understand with lots of helpful pictures. I am excited to start working my way through it.