Doll repaint tutorial

Learn how to repaint your dolls with this comprehensive tutorial. Transform ordinary dolls into unique works of art that you'll love to display or play with. Follow along and unleash your creativity today.
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Description I've been asked a few times and seen plenty of people asking otherwise, how do you remove an MH doll's factory paint. So here's a basic guide to getting your MH doll ready for customising (。・ω・。) Tutorials on how to design your repaint and how to go about the process of making it over to come soon! Please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions/

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sammy elliot
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After sculpting the doll face you’re happy with, there’s another hurdle to overcome - bringing it to life with painting. I see some doll makers and students of mine struggle with this. Painting could make your sculpture look livelier, more realistic. So how to achieve that? Today I want to share som

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Dulcinea Dolls
https://flic.kr/p/248QRk8 | My tutorial for making articulated dolls out of not articulated ones. It works the best for curvy Barbies and slim Kens. 😀 | Here is the tutorial for converting the unarticulated Fashionistas to articulated ones. For these photos I used a movie Wonder Woman doll’s forearms and calves. I find those work best proportionally with the slim Kens. A major shoutout to Phyllis ( www.flickr.com/photos/126338865@N04/ ) for the inspiration to try this. Her articulated curvy vio Doll Repaint Tutorial, Doll Tutorial, Lol Dolls, Barbie Dolls, Barbie Diy Accessories, Biscuit, Ken Doll, Barbie And Ken, Custom Dolls

https://flic.kr/p/248QRk8 | My tutorial for making articulated dolls out of not articulated ones. It works the best for curvy Barbies and slim Kens. 😀 | Here is the tutorial for converting the unarticulated Fashionistas to articulated ones. For these photos I used a movie Wonder Woman doll’s forearms and calves. I find those work best proportionally with the slim Kens. A major shoutout to Phyllis ( www.flickr.com/photos/126338865@N04/ ) for the inspiration to try this. Her articulated curvy…

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Carol Johnston