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NOTE: This doll has sold and is now in a private collection. Auction links below:

Bella Swan auction:

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Edward Cullen auction:

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The new installment in the Twilight saga continues with a special wedding scene that I chose to recreate in this new custom doll.

Full facial repaint and shading as well as extensive hair style make over to replicate the features of Kristen Stewart as Bella, particularly as she appeared in the wedding scene.

The inset photo on the bottom portion shows the mass produced version of the Bella as it was originally released.

Repaint is a new form of pop art, wherein the doll's face is treated like a three dimensional canvas, with the added challenge of painting within a very small area and an even greater challenge of recreating a real person's likeness. Since dolls are basically miniature pieces, brush strokes and shading have to be very controlled and precise.

-- acrylic paint and ultra fine brushes

(Note: I am not in any way affiliated with the Tonner Doll company
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NOTE: This doll has sold and is now in a private collection. Auction links below:

Edward Cullen auction:

cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?…

Bella Swan auction:

cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?…
***********************************************

FOR MORE OF MY ART, PLEASE VISIT MY WEB SITE AT
WWW. NCRUZ.COM . Link below:

www.ncruz.com

***********************************************


The new installment in the Twilight saga continues with a special wedding scene that I chose to recreate in this new custom doll.

Full facial repaint and shading as well as extensive hair style make over to replicate the features of Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen particularly as he appeared in the wedding scene.

The inset photo on the bottom portion shows the mass produced version of the Edward as it was originally released.

Repaint is a new form of pop art, wherein the doll's face is treated like a three dimensional canvas, with the added challenge of painting within a very small area and an even greater challenge of recreating a real person's likeness. Since dolls are basically miniature pieces, brush strokes and shading have to be very controlled and precise.

-- acrylic paint and ultra fine brushes

(Note: I am not in any way affiliated with the Tonner Doll company
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Let me give you a tour.

Room. I used a cardboard gift box from Country Crafts.

Wallpaper and floor. They are scrapbook papers.

Fabric shelf. Painted popsible sticks.

Sewing Chair. I glued together three wooden beads to make this chair and painted it red. The base was a conical bead while the seat and the back are flat beads.

Hanger. It’s just a paper clip I twisted.

Shirt hanging from hanger. This is a surprise from Uzi. I came home one lunchtime to find this shirt with its really sweet message. He was a little embarrassed with his sewing job but I don’t care. I love it when he attempts to sew something for me in the same way he loves the little mediocre doodles I make for him occasionally.

Lamp. It’s just a mini glass jar with some beads hanging from the bottom.

Picture frames. I used more flat, oval wooden baubles that I’ve had since college. I hotglued some sewing charms to fit the theme.

Inspiration board. Thankfully, I still had some thin corkboard sheets left. I also used my old stash of tiny stickers for the mini notes.

Couch. The seat is made of popsicle sticks covered with foam and fabric. The back is also made of popsicle sticks.

Little pillows. They are handsewn teeny square fabric scraps with fiberfill. I hotglued them shut.

Bookshelf and books. I used a thumb tacks box and popsicle stick for the divider. The books are just strips of paper that I folded several times and hotglued together.

And that tiny white thing on the rug is a pet. I couldn’t find a bead shaped like a cat so I used a rabbit instead. I wouldn’t mind having a rabbit.


More pictures here: [link]
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:iconavacats8: recently asked if I had ever finished my Luna-- well, I did. Mostly. Here's a pic, next to the Target Princess Luna. I like mine a bit better, but I couldn't help but buy the one from Target. It helps she came with a molded Pinklestia that I can and have butchered in the name of science and brushable ponies everywhere.
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Paperboard (1:200).
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Dieselpunk Clock
youtube link :
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odio a justin bieber, el que me sigue es de los mios
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Cultural building (arts, music, food, entertainment, boutique hotel)
Cnr of Beaufort and James Street, Perth

An architectural experiment on erosion, surprise, the un-predictable and the explorative. First impressions, pre-assumptions and the intrigue. Manifestos of human social interactions with each other and to growing cultural capital.

Above all, a vibrant extension to the existing cultural centre buildings and adjacent art gallery, sensitivity to the existing pedestrian and vehicle movements of the site.
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Sookie's house:

A model of Sookie's house from Gilmore Girls

Everything is made only of PAPER and painted by hand
Based only on photos and videos.

The model have 31cm of width, 20,5cm of length and 23,5cm of height
( 12,2in of width, 8,07in of length and 9,25in of height )

The garage have 10cm of width, 14cm of length and 11cm of height
( 3,94in of width, 5,51in of length and 4,33in of height )

This model took 1 month to be done.

If you are interested to buy some house, just NOTE me your idea so we can discuss all the details

This video show a little bit the steps I usually follow to build a paper model. [link]
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