Freitag, 13. Juli 2012

1875-80 Robe à la Polonaise/ Part 2



Marie Antoinette vous embrasse!

 So the Polonaise Gown is finished! I already showed you some pics i made in my last post, when the gown was still not pulled into the polonaise. Also i choose to do a more natural hairstyle for the first part.

 I got a lot of nice feedback on my account on flickr  from you, my readers and i´m very happy about it! I see that there are so many talented people out there in the doll-world!

Now for Part 2 Marie Antoinette is back in all her high-hair Rococo Glory! I added ruffles on the bottom and i had to play around a bit with the polonaise. Since everything is so much smaller in this scale the fabric moves different. But i´m happy with the outcome.
She wears the bumroll (to which i already gave the pattern out) and a very simple underskirt. There is a Corset worked into the Bodice with steel-boning. I find this to be necessary to keep the skirt into palce and the waist slim. Also it gives the gown a more realistic `Rococo`- look with a flat chest.


Enjoy!



Listening to: `The Key` - George Fenton (Dangerous Liaisons Soundtrack)















 The pics are taken with Hipastamatic in my little doll-foto-studio, which is basicly just a light box made out of cardboard. I got the floor and the wallpaper-pattern somewhere on the net and just printed it out. I used Barbie Basics Model Nr. 01.

So i don`t know when i will be back! My holiday is almost over and i have a lot of work to do.
Also i am into BJD-research right now (it`s like sience!)! I never wanted to get into it because i really expensive and i adore Barbie but when i did research about doll costumes on the Internet all the gowns and pics i liked where on BJD`s! I think i´m ready for the next scale...

So if any BJD addict is reading this: I would be very happy about a contact into this world! I have so many questions!


Be kind to one another....


Axel


Kommentare:

  1. She's stunning!
    Amazing work, congratulations..!..

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  2. Love the photos! The dress is amazing! Is the dress removable? Also is the parquet wood floor real or printed? It looks real, very nice!

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  3. Thank u! You can remove the dress, yes. But it is kind of sewn in to give it a back-lacing effect and it is always a lot of work. So ikeep the dress on one Body and change the head if i need to!

    The floor you see is printed. But if you like it you will love what i am working on right now and what will be coming in spring! ;)

    greetings ;)

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