Here is a tiny 1/2' scale lady doll I did quite awhile ago. Her name is Alice. I don't do tiny dolls very often but I loved the challenge of getting a lot of scale and detail into such a small doll. Her face was the size of a pea or small bean.
To see the full size photo of Alice click on images or, click here:
I have been painting doll kits for some of my customers. I happen to be working on some tiny 1/4" & 1/2 scale dolls and it amazes me how much of a difference there is in the size of each scale. 1/4" scale is so tiny, her head is smaller than a small pea, and the 1/2" scale lady has a head just a bit bigger than a pea. The !/12th scale lady is about 5 1/2 ", the 1/2" lady is about 2 3/4" tall, and the tiny 1/4" scale lady stands a mere 1 1/2" tall (if even).
Do any of you work in smaller scales very often? I prefer 1/12th scale myself but will on occasion dress some 1/2" scale dolls as well. If anyone wants to share photos of their smaller dolls, send me the photos and I can post them.
Liliam has sent me her address so I can mail out her prize, but I don't know how to ut it into an actual mailing address. if I use a translator it comes up different. Can anyone help me put her address in American address format? This is her info:
me llamo liliam rodriguez direccion es calle 2 solar51 barros blanco departamento de canelones pais uruguay codijo postal 9001 cualquier cosa escribime no entiendo mucho tu idioma espero mandarte bien mis datos gracias.
Thanks to anyone who can offer assistance.
Gina Pin It
CONGRATULATIONS TO: "LILIAM". You are the winner of the first drawing on my blog.
I also chose NarinaNäpertää To be a second place winner of 3 yds of 1 style of lace since she was my 100th follower. Please contact me at email@example.com.
Thank you to everyone who entered, I will continue to have more give-away contests!
Okay, I have decided to have the first "Give-away" on my blog. I will start with smaller items for doll making and as the followers grow so will the value of the prize!
The first give-away is for some fantastic Antique Lace. It will be for 3 yds of 3 different antique laces. Some of them are French. They are valued at $4.00 - $6.00 per yard (if you can even find any for sale). That is a total value of $42.00 in lace, not bad for a first time give away. They are very fine cotton. This should be enough to create a lovely doll or more. Rules below.
First: You need to make sure you are a follower on my blog (click "follow" if you haven't already).
Secondly: You just need to comment on this post telling me that you are indeed interested in being in the contest, and what your miniature interests are and what you would do with the lace if you won! That's it. You only need to comment once and I will take all of the names of the entrants and have someone in my family pull the lucky winners name!
The Contest will close the end of next week at 9:00 pm Pacific time! Good luck everyone and don't forget to tell your friends!
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