I made some modifications to the Amy pose that I posted earlier. She seemed too small in the previous incarnation. Somehow, proportionally to the other dolls she was okay, but by herself something didn't seem right. So I made her a little taller and a little stouter. I also changed the posture of her arm and hand. The other position looked awkward and unnatural no matter what I did with it; like she was trying to be sexy or something, which would be peculiar for the character. Anyway, I am much happier with this pose and will transfer it to be painted this weekend.
I have a lot of projects to get done this weekend, but I am hoping that among them will be some dolls, so I hope hope hope that before I vanish for the Christmas holiday, that I will at least have a handful of dolls done, even if I don't have their clothes ready. It's still my goal to have clothes done before the new year, though, so get ready for more frequent updates!
The "dress-a-doll" artwork for the upcoming review is due on the 20th, but I don't think I will have a chance to make anything for it. If I get ambitious, I will share, but I think I'm going to let this one pass (I couldn't figure out what to do for the India theme anyway).
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