Saturday, June 23, 2012

Mortimer ooak ghost art doll

This doll was a real challenge for me. I've never worked with cheesecloth for clothing before and it's very difficult to use but so right for giving a ghostly appearance to this doll. I'm very pleased with how he turned out and a bit relieved that I don't have to fight that cheesecloth again. At least not until my hair-brained muse insists that I do!




You can see more images and purchasing information at my Etsy Shop.
SOLD

10 comments:

Diane MacNaughtan * Dianie Mac * said...

Tamara,
Love your doll!
I really like working with cheescloth, but it did take a little getting used to.

take care,
~Diane

Jeannie (blue) said...

I read your posts via email (which I love) and don't usually come to the actual post, but had to tell you HOW COOL I think this doll is! In my opinion it was totally worth the effort on your part.

Jeannie Walsh said...

Please do post this, just thought you'd like to know I posted a pic of Mortimer and a like to the etsy shop on my FB page. https://www.facebook.com/jeannie.walsh.3

Tamara Dozier said...

Thanks Diane. Yep, cheesecloth is a little tricky but I do like it.

Tamara Dozier said...

Jeannie, thank you for stopping by. I love reading comments left by such nice people.

Tamara Dozier said...

I liked you on facebook. Thank you for stopping by.

Hiltia said...

Wow! Mortimer is really cool and only a bit spooky - I think he looks jocose^^

Tamara Dozier said...
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Tamara Dozier said...

Thank you Hiltia!

Pam of alwaysartistic said...

Wow... I love this. You are so talented.

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