I am pumped to share what Judy Skeel is bringing next to Doll Street. This class will show you how to make unique trims and embellishments for your dolls and all your art. Learn to manipulate ribbons, paper and trims in so many ways.
Join Judy in class, which starts March 14! Join the fun today! Click here!
Miss Cheevas, a Halloween Oddfae
by Dawn Schiller
She’s not really wicked — she’s Miss Cheevas!
Miss Cheevas is a complete doll costumed for Halloween. Learn to
sculpt head, hands and feet with polymer clay. Other techniques
used in this class include wrapping a body, two styles of wigging
your doll, costuming…and a surprise!
10 inches of oddfae fun!
Online class with Kathryn Walmsley
For some of us the costuming of the dolls is the hardest part. Not knowing how to construct a pattern and have it fit your doll. This class will teach you those skills. There will be patterns for the three dolls shown in the advert but you’ll also get help to learn to construct your own patterns.
There won’t be a doll taught, you’ll have to provide your own but it should be pretty interesting. You’ll also learn how to paint doll parts to coordinate with fabric and fool the eye! There will be tips and tricks throughout.
We’re going to start this class on April 20th, 2012 and it will run for a few months. This is another great skill building workshop from a superb teacher, NIADA member Kathryn Walmsley.
A polymer clay doll making class with Dawn Schiller
This class just went live yesterday – it’s a brand spanking new class from Dawn Schiller. Learn to make these fun, fabulous Steampunk Oddfae dolls. Wrapped armature, sculpted hands and feet, clothing .. this 10″ doll has it all plus attitude to spare. Dawn’s classes are fun and inspiring. Read more about the class here.