It's been a mad day of photo-snapping and editing and general studio-trashing. I still have a bunch to do, so I'm going to keep this post short on text but long on pictures. The ladies are so vain, after all - they want me to pipe down and get on with showing them off.
Eliza is forever being forced into too-small dresses by her
class-conscious stepmother when all she really wants to do is play
lacrosse and listen to Django Reindhart alone in her room. Eliza is made from paperclay; she has glass eyes, a handmade mohair wig and a wire armature. She is fully poseable and stands 19.5 inches (48.5 cm) high.
La belle Abelia
Cute as a ghostly little button, named for a bee. Abelia is made from paperclay and stands 11" (28cm) high.
Larkin is a good witch, but her powers are great; she changes the direction of the winds and shakes the trees. Larkin is a figurine with a stand instead of legs; she is made from paperclay and stands 18.5" (47cm) high.
Not a yet full-blown forest witch like Larkin, Katou is still a sprite to be reckoned with (and they go to the same hairdresser). Katou is made from paperclay and measures 10.5" (27cm).
I'll be back with Part 2 of the preview tomorrow by 1:00 p.m. tomorrow; more dolls, pendants, a bust and ornaments still to come!!