Black and white test prints for some doll packaging, digital art made from traditional art.
Designing some very tall, thin dolls (pictured on left inside a3 folder since it’s drawn on several a3 sheets) and doodling some jointing systems on the right.
Doodles for doll packaging (wigs+jewellery) I will probably use the one on the right, and the heart on the left, but cleaned up in an image editing program.
Notes on 1/6 Doll design started 2nd October: 26th October: I doodled changes, an extra doll head (eyes closed thinking/sleeping) changed the hands and drew two new sets, and two more leg options, so this doll now has three hand sets/poses, three legs sets/poses, and three faces/expressions (for character expression/photography purposes) 1st November: More doll...
Some doll designing is happening…they will have changeable ears or horns, (holes at top) a smiling closed-eye head, (bottom left) and a set of different eye positions (top left) my own unique joint designs for most points, and changeable wigs and clothes of course.
I’m thinking about making a small, probably fashion doll size, test BJD sculpt very soon (I will film it if I do!)In my mind I’d like to make a tiny fairy, but that is probably not possible with this complexity. I want to test out my jointing system I designed years ago, since nearly every...
A pile of hand-pleated tulle, that will later be machine-stitched and turned into doll tutus.
A rough but cute start for a 1/3 BJD girl.
A DollUnited logo printed very tiny on fabric, as a test for possible printed doll clothing designs.