Enchanting Art Dolls and Soft Sculptures

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C&T Publishing Inc, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 87 pages
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Discover the joy of making one-of-a-kind art dolls. Renowned dollmaker Marina Druker teaches you how to build wire armatures, work with air-dry clays, and build charming fabric sculptures. Eight unique projects include a beautiful mermaid, a fantasy fish, an elegant princess, and a sweet teddy bear. Play with new techniques for adorning your doll with paint, creative stitchery, trims, and crazy-quilted costumes. Perfect for any skill level or artistic style preference. Full-size patterns, instructions for stands and frames, as well as an artists' gallery are included.
 

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Contents

Discovering the Art of Dolls
4
Essential Tools and Materials
8
DollMaking Basics
11
Crazy Quilting Doll Costumes and Soft Sculptures
21
Cinderella Princess Doll
27
Rose Fairy Doll
35
Mermaid on a Patchwork Sea
41
Butterfly Doll in a Frame
45
Fantasy Fish
52
Elegant Teddy Bear
55
Enchanted Cottage
59
Doll Gallery
62
Template Patterns
78
Resources
87
Legal Page
89
Back Cover
91

Brooch Doll Trio
49

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About the author (2012)

Marina Druker started to make art dolls in 2003 using air-dry clays. Not long after, she began creating unique crazy-quilted cloth dolls and soft toys. Marina is a reporter for a popular Russian doll magazine and has exhibited her work internationally. She lives in Holon, Israel.

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