I had four different projects to finish for a show at our co-op gallery's latest show, "Barely Human." It's a celebration of the human form, so it's a little more "edgy" than most of our shows. I didn't take photos of the projects yet, but when I do, I'll post them here.
In the meantime, I ran across a couple small dolls I'd started last month:
I will finish these soon, I hope!!
Here's another one:
Covering her rather "evil-looking" face actually made me happy. I don't mind if some of my dolls look sad, but I definitely DON'T want them to look evil!!!
This is the other side of the head just above:
This cat face was cut from a Laurel Burtch fabric. I'm so glad Laurel's children are carrying on her business, as I love her art SO much.
I love making small dolls, too, as they are a lot of fun and inexpensive to make as they use up scraps left over from larger projects.