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Despite the fact I have stated several times that this group is dead / closed/ no longer active...people still keep watching it. SO I feel this is important to share.
catlikeacat (https://www.deviantart.com/catlikeacat) Posted this on Tumblr and I could NOT Agree more! I will be posting this to the Journal of every club I am affiliated with and I urge all Club Moderators to do the sam
So I've had this Deviant Art account for 7 years and never uploaded into it! So finally got a start on putting up some images today. A lot of what I uploaded linked to other current galleries on my website, or Flickr. Didn't want to over load my DA section with every little piece of crap I have saved!
Obviously from here on out, I'm not going to be doing massive uploads like the dump today. I should be keeping up with new pieces day by day now. Been at it for a while now, so it's getting late. Cutting out of here and will write more tomorrow!
I love the way the sanding looks an your dolls. Do you mind if I ask, have you used the acetone finishing step to smooth the sanding on any of the eah boy dolls? Their bodies seem somewhat harder than the girls and I was wondering if that makes a difference with your sanding choices. Your Mark dolls seem less shiny, but that could be the body blushing etc.
Thanks so much! I'm sorry this is really really late.. I haven't logged into DA for a while because I was working on another big project.
To answer your question, yes, I have used acetone to finish the EAH ones as well. Were you looking at the pictures before or after painting? Because sealant removes the shine. I don't always use acetone on every doll though. It depends on how smooth they end up after the finest grade of sandpaper. Dolls can have a rather random composition from batch to batch that is cast depending on the exact mix at the time they are made.