I've been quite the busy bee since the last time I posted, despite the frequently cruddy weather. I'm slowly getting back on track of things and packed up all my finished commissions to ready them for shipping to their owners.
I would also like to apologize for my lack of communication lately, there's been a lot of stress in my family life along with a worsening of my mental state, but I am slowly pulling myself together again. I am bound and determined to answer the last couple of emails to confirm shipping addresses and quotes, as well as fill out the customs forms for each one.
Anyway, things to show today are a Withdoll Ash elf, a modded Smart Doll Chaos Envisage, the Dollzone Venus Halo body (B45-017) with her fantasy/SciFi parts, and a Volks SD Saki.
Without further ado, onto the pictures under the cut!
So first up we have the Withdoll Ash elf in brown tan skin. He gave me a lot of trouble with his applied eyelashes, which pushed out the first time I tried to put his eyes in, so I had to redo the eyeliner and then reapply the eyelashes. The second time the eyelahses stayed in place!
Then here we have a heavily modded Smart Doll Envisage Chaos head in cinnamon skin. This is the most extensive mod/re-sculpting commission I have done to date. The doll is based on Corpse Husband, and the sculpting of the mask-type part took 3 sessions because I kept having to wait for my 2 part epoxy to harden so I wouldn't squish the already done details. I even made the pink eye glow in the dark! I've already received an owner picture from the client, which can be found in the owner picture gallery page.
Here is the body blushing of the Dollzone Venus Halo's body and extra parts. I sadly do not have a good full body picture of her with her head in place as my desk was too big of a mess, but I am glad she is done. She'll get shipped home at last this coming Monday.
Last, but certainly not least, we have the Volks SD Saki in pure normal skin. She belongs to a dear friend of mine, and she was a bit of a mess when she arrived to her secondhand. It took me about an hour to get her cleaned up inside and out.
And here is a quick before and after comparison. It's always fascinating to me how different the same head can look when painted by different artists. Both my friend and I are happy with her new look.
So this is it for now, but I will be opening faceup slots again soon!
Iza's Face Ups
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