Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Doll nudity ahead. Male BJD doll gets himself a penis

Well, I believe that there is nothing wrong with making a doll realistic. I have always wanted one of these dolls with detachable penises, but usually these dolls do not fit my preferred BJD scale or I just simply do not like their bodies/faces, so I have decided to sculpt a penis ...or two for my MSD and YoSD male dolls.

It was not overly complicated, I've just used my partner as a life model a picture from internet to give me some solid anatomical ideas. I have used polymer clay (FIMO doll). Then I have just added a bit of black wool roving for pubic hair.

So, here is Souldoll Vito Lester in his naked glory. I have attached his new part via a blob of white tack. The colour of the penis is slightly different, but I know that this part of the body usually is darker in comparison to the rest of the body.

And here are two little willies for comparison (the bigger one is obviously for MSD). My partner was adamant that both of them are too big for the scale. Yeah... right.

Sunday, 18 October 2015

Anthro ball jointed doll (BJD) Little Minipin Hujoo rabbit face and body blushing

I was made aware that in one of my video's where I was painting my Hujoo cat Freya BJD doll I've missed out a section about the blushing. So, to remedy the situation I have created another video for the actual body blushing for one of my hujoo 1/8 dolls (made from ABS plastic). The rabbit is tiny and it was not easy to blush it.


This is my way of face and body blushing for BJDs and obitsu dolls.
As I have mentioned previously, I use Humbrol 48 Matte acrylic spray varnish for priming and setting. I have employed various soft brushes (quality make up brushes are the best (IMHO), also natural fibres brushes pick the pigment better), soft pastels, sanding paper, melamine sponge, watercolour pencils, water and diluted acrylic paint. Also, I sometimes use damp/wet brush and dry sponge, as I believe it gives better control over the depths of the colours. Please note that this is NOT a teaching video but merely a demonstration of how I bring my dolls to live :) Enjoy!

See you soon!