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  1. #1
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    Default So I tried to make own creepy doll baby..

    .. And this is the result so far. Actually its my second attempt. I tried yesterday but she got very green and the eyes wherent right. she just looked creepy in a complelty wrong ( and scary) way. I actually got a bit spooked, and kinda had trouble sleeping because i painted her so ugly ( *nervous lagh*)

    SO anyway i tried again tonight, and i'd like to show her of. I realise she isnt the best creepy baby ever, but thats ok.. I am going to practice a little more on this till i get it right and next year i might do a spooky doll hause theme -og how cool would that be..

    She doesnt have a name yet, but Im sure i heard her in my head suggest Bridget or barbara ( Insert another nervous laugh here..)




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    I got the doll for free btw. I picked her up at a rubbish bin outside a toystore. She had been discated because she was a " crying" doll and the mechanism didnt work. I have of course ripped the mechanism to bits just in case.. imagine if it suddenly began making noises.. THE TERROR!

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    Hallows Eva, that is PERFECT!! She looks great, and the eyes are really freaky! What a great idea!

    I think the Spirit Halloween store sells them for 25 dollars or thereabouts, so this is a great alternative! And since they're hand painted, I think it gives them MUCH more charm than the mass produced baby zombies you can buy!

    What paint did you use for her?

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    glad you like her :-) I just used the cheapest acrylic paint from the poundshop. and I little bit of nailpolish to make the shine.

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    It's perfect. Nice job and very resourceful.

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    glad you like her. Maybe I do have some halloween craft skills after all. I still think I need vo work on the shadows a lot more, and on the details, but practice makes perfect so I'm gonna do some more at some point.

 

 

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