Post by PorcelainBjd on Aug 9, 2016 3:56:59 GMT -8
We are very glad to introduce you our new doll sculpt: Malena.
Malena is the name we choose for our most newly doll mold. She was made during this year, 2016, from our original sculpted doll. As with our other dolls, the process involves several steps: first, we create a wax sculptor prototype, from which we make a first set of plaster molds. A single copy is casted in porcelain, refined in the raw stage, fired at bisque temperature, revised and then finally highfired to 1245 Cdegrees. The result is the original doll from which the definitive molds are made. We are proud of her, she is sensual and very poseable, has a tiny waist, delicate hands, a tender expresion and an elegant breast. She is very diferent from our very first doll, our medium girl mold, which is already three years old. As with all our dolls, this mold will be available as blank doll, nude doll or full costumed doll.
The Malena doll is 35 cms. tall, has 18 points of articulation, is painted with acrylics and protected with satin lacquer. The wig is fixed, made in synthetic hair.
Post by PorcelainBjd on Aug 11, 2016 2:57:32 GMT -8
Hi Kamia! Thank you very much for your words ! We put all our efforts to make every time more beautiful dolls and are very proud of her. The shoes are not normal shoes, they are one piece and are interchangeable with the normal feet, they are flat so the doll can stand by herself pretty easily at least for taking pictures :3, the equilibrium is still very fragile so we always recomend to put her in a stand and never let her alone. We are planning to make a second version of the feet that can fit in ballerina shoes and in proper high heels too Thanks again!!! Paulina
If you buy her unpainted- how do you seal her so the paint sticks on. She is very pretty and I think it would be very fun to give a go at painting her.
Thank you Fitz! I still use acrylics, pastels and cretas to paint them and to seal and protect I apply several layers of satin lacquer. I don't have problems with the acrylics, and the cretas tend to stay fixed more than the pastels on the surface, in this last two cases I paint a layer of color, apply the lacquer, then more color, and then lacquer again, and so on until it looks like I want