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"I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way-things I had no words for." ~ Georgia O'Keeffe


Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Preparing

I have not been doing much by way of creating things lately. I have generally been busy preparing for my forth coming trip to States next week. Some time ago I had designed my Silk Fairy (her picture is in my blog banner) which had very slender fingers and I thought I would never torture myself again doing such slender fingers but I was challenged again to do slender fingers for Sherry's class doll so here they are. I did surprisingly well without any blowouts. Only one finger got a teeny weeny hole because I pushed it too hard lol! Not bad is it?. Those hands are as slim as a pencil. In the picture one cannot really get an idea of the size.

12 comments:

  1. They look perfect to me! I'm still scared of hands -I tend to get that 'spread out spade look' with separate fingers and I've yet to try wiring some.

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  2. hi i am over from lind's blog.. the scale is amazing.. i will have to keep returning to see the end result.
    thanx for sharing
    chriss x

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  3. Wow! Shashi, they are awesome!
    OMG! what a lot of patience you have! xx

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  4. They look lovely and so graceful! If you hadn't mentioned the hole I wouldn't have noticed. (in fact I don't see it LOL)
    Have fun on your trip and with Sherry.

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  5. Nice and shapely though! Have a wonderful time at the conference!

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  6. Oh wow - you have such patience! Looking forward to seeing the finished doll.
    X

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  7. what a lot of patience you have SHASHI !!!!
    bizzz from France!

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  8. Very pretty hands, and I know how these fingers can be a challenge to turn!!

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  9. I so admire your ability to make such small and elegant hands! Trying to turn hands and fingers is one of the things that put me off making cloth dolls- oh so frustrating. But you have certainly met the challenge and did a wonderful job with these hands. I look forward to seeing the rest of the doll when you have finished with her.

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  10. Very dainty hands Shashi. Very nice!

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  11. The hands you made are beautiful Shashi! Stuffed nicely too! Have a great time in the USA and fun at the doll conference!
    hugs Karen

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  12. Oh yes...I can tell they are very small...you did wonderfully!!!!! You are very very very very good.

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