RAK #47 was given to a dear friend, Evelyn. She and her husband were such good friends of my mother and step-father.....and were there for me through all the struggles with their illnesses. They have remained close friends. Evelyn has admired my little ladies - so gave Consuelo to her yesterday - her very favorite.
In my last post, I shared my sculpting adventure in Utah with Jack Johnston and Apryl Jensen. Last post I showed you the steps to sculpt the head for it's first baking. Since then, I named the lady "Eve" since she's my first sculpted doll and Eve was the first woman. I thought it appropriate and fitting.
Eve after baking - head measures approximately 3 inches
Sculpting the ears - Side view
Front view after sculpting the ears
Sculpted Shoes with buckles and bows (They will be painted after I decide on her costume)
Little ribbons added to the bows
Sculpting the hands
Top view of sculpted hands
I still have to decide on Eve's dress/costume and hair style. I'll post as soon as she's complete, though it will be a few weeks because....
I'm "On the Road Again"..... driving to Pennsylvania to help DD with DGS while SIL is traveling. YIPPEE! More hugs and squeals from DGS. He's such a cutie!! DH will stay home and do what needs to be done to prepare the farm for winter weather.
Until I return, have a wonderful week full of love, laughter and lots of stitching.