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Cyclops, Radioactive Porcelain doll and Jellyfish

Using Pearl Pigment on dolls is just wonderful. It’s a substitute for glitter when scaling down a specific look for dolls.

Blue Barbie  Summer  Noir

I wanted to experiment about it a little bit which resulted in Serafina.

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It was tricky to maintain the 3D effect of the cracks against the pearl powder and I’m glad it all worked out in the end. Pearl powder has a tendency to make the surface that it’s on very flat due to its reflective quality.

I usually stay with one color because using too many combinations can look really busy and messy. What better way than to try it out on a jellyfish inspired design?

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Chrysaora’s design is based on the Black Sea Nettle Jellyfish. The style itself was inspired by PixieCold’s beautiful watercolor eye art.

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“Lover” by PixieCold.

However, there are times when you have to modify the sculpt itself to get a specific look.

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A cyclops girl for instance. Nepthys‘ eye is a lot larger than the traditional almond shape.

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I loved the round eye shaped for Polly so I wanted to try it out on Lagoona’s sculpt.

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Serafina, Chrysaora and Nepthys are all available at Etsy!

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