As promised, although delayed, I present to you the remaining faceups for last month. It took me a bit to get to writing the continuation for the November completed faceups, but hey, better late than never!
Today I got quite a bit of work to throw your ways, so be prepared for them! To show today I have a Faewoods Dolls Dahlia Skeleton, a Faewoods Dolls Orchidaceae Frankenstein, a Fairyland RealFee Luna vampire edition, and last but now least I got a trio consisting of Sheepy Dolls Pishu, Puff, and Fluff.
So without further ado, onto some pictures under the break!
First up is the Faewoods Dolls Dahlia in lavender skin. A dear friend asked me to paint her with a skull over the upper half of the face. It took a bit of trial and error to figure out how to best do it as Faewoods Dolls resin is very smooth. In the end I did a mix of watercolor pencils, acrylics, and pastels. I hope they love her as much in person as in pictures!
Next up is a OOAK Faewoods Dolls Orchidaceae Frankenstein in lavender and pink. She's a very unique gal in the sense that the purple and pink are cast that way, and the large black seam with stitches was carved and filled with black resin by the artist. I added the white onto those stitches, added a couple more seams and of course the blushing and detailing otherwise. I thought freckles on just one side would be cute.
This little one is a Fairyland RealFee Luna Vampire Edition tongue event faceplate from 2021 in white skin. I was given artist choice with this one, so I went with a pretty flower on one cheek, which is super sparkly and shimmery!
Then last, but certainly not least, are the Sheepy Dolls Pishu, Fluff, and Puff in mint skin. Her concept is a zombie kitty, which I was allowed to interpret however I wanted to. So I reached for colors I usually don't use, like the dramatic green eye-shadow, bold ombre pink and blue lips, and blue blushing instead of pink.
For the eye-goop drip I used Coliro Pearlcolors which I added gloss to at the end to really make it shiny. She was a lot of fun to work on and keep even across the 3 different face sculpts/expressions.
Here's one more picture of all 3 faces together. Honestly I think I did a good job with them, keeping the look cohesive so they can be alternative expressions easier.
All of the faceups I shared today are for a dear friend of mine (Except the RealFee, that one is for their mom), so I had my hands rather full!
So far for December I have donw 2 faceups, a body blush, and a torso-bust blush. I have more to do before I leave in January, which is why I've closed commissions until I get back mid February.
Thanks for looking, and until next time!
Iza's Face Ups
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