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Sweet Ziggy, taking a break from a grueling recording session.

The doll is not a portrait of the real person but rather of the stage character.
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Couldn't help another one.

Inspired by the famous Mick Rock session.

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Glitter attack! Cover your eyes! Hide your babies!

Enter His Majesty, the Goblin King in his regal dark armor.

The dark armor from His Majesty's first scene, all built in strict accordance with the references from the film. Materials are leather, various chiffons, polymer clay.

The Making Of... step-by-step tutorial is available HERE.

The doll's body is 75cm Dollshe DSAM35, the head is custom made DIM MiniMee.
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More like Ziggy Resindust, but so what!

An homage to the famous Mick Rock photo.

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Another dolly re-enactment of the famous Mick Rock photosession in LA.

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If only I could find an in-scale saxophone...

Another homage to the glorious Mick Rock.

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Another dolly re-enactment of the famous Mick Rock photosession in LA.

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I'll help you. It was a guitar. Among other things.

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Actually, no one is.

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Jareth the Goblin King, completely inconspicuous in the modern garment of his choice. Go 80s!
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