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Sienna Sure-foot the Druid by ReflectionsByIce Sienna Sure-foot the Druid by ReflectionsByIce
This is my winning entry in FantasyNet's annual 2008 contest in the cleric & subclass category.

Sienna had a complete facial repaint using high quality acrylics & sealers, sculpted elf ears. Her outfit is made out of geniune suede & leather, and her weapons (spear, sling, & dagger) hand crafted (my son made the dagger). Her wooden shield is covered with various colors of leather.

For more information, visit my website at [link]
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SicilianValkyrie Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2010  Professional General Artist
Wonderfull work! I always love the way red and green works together. Also I'm impressed by the ears! May I ask what have you used to sculpt them? Cause I have been dreaming about making a dark elf doll -a drow-, but there are no dark skin heads with ears included (I bought an obitsu pixie head for a fair skinned doll, but they don't do dark ones).
About the outfit, It's lovely, I wan't one to wear myself, lol!
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ReflectionsByIce Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2010
Thank-you!
I used apoxy sculp to do her ears, and then had to paint them to match her skintone... which isn't easy.

A drow would be so cool to make! It's been on my todo list forever... if you do one I'd love to see!
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SicilianValkyrie Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thanks a lot! I imagine how hard to match the skin tone was! but it looks perfect!
All I have to do is wait to see if I win that black doll or not ^_^ and make a try with my drow lady ^^
I will drop you a note when I have the drow doll done :)
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rhunel Featured By Owner May 3, 2010
Hi, Audra, I was gone a long time, but I'm back and saying thanks for watching me and for being kind and encouraging, so I featured your beautiful work in my journal!
[link]
Have a great day! :hug:
Debra :floating:
:gallery:
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ReflectionsByIce Featured By Owner May 11, 2010
Hey you! Long time no hear! :hug:

I'm happy to see you back and thanks for the feature!
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Nasdreks Featured By Owner May 2, 2010  Professional General Artist
truly beautiful! Did you find yourself having a hard time with sewing that leather? I've sewed leather in the past and it's a pain for me, I can only image sewing for a Barbie
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ReflectionsByIce Featured By Owner May 11, 2010
Generally I find leather wonderful to work with, and prefer it over anything else.

But the leather I used on her was very very tough stuff (pig suede)... and I had to pre-poke holes in it with a thumb tack before sewing. Even then my fingers were very sore.
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Linnzy Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Amazing! I love her costume and the whole appearence of her! I myself has onetime made a druid-sorceresse-girly-thingy OOAK doll. But I'm not good with sewing so I drew the clothes and then payed a friend to sew them. However they are WAY simplier than these, wish I had these instead ^^ I love all the small things , like the neckless, hairband, the shoes and her gloves are lovely. The shield and weapons are also very well done...

Just one thing I wonder, is her hand in reality made to hold something, like she's holding the speer or ist that a photo-manip?
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ReflectionsByIce Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2008
Thank-you!
Creating her was way fun, especially the details and little things.
Her hand was actually shaped to hold that spear. It's easy to do... just hold her hand in just boiled water for oh about 30 to 60 seconds or so, then shape it around a dowel or something and then stick it in cold water to set the same. Here's a tutorial on how to do it [link]
NOTE: You don't have to cut the fingers apart if you don't want/need to.

Have fun!
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Linnzy Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you! That info will come to use someday, I'm very sure of it!
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