|Not my best face-up effort. He looks grumpy.|
|Face-up #2 is a keeper.|
I attacked his face-up almost as soon as I finished taking Sarah's photos. No time like the present, especially when the weather is perfect. Unfortunately, my first attempt was seriously less than perfect. I had used a lot of shading, trying to make him look more masculine. Somehow it didn't work. The eyebrows looked a mess and the eyelashes started too far from the rims of the eyes. I wiped everything off and started over. The second face-up was measurably better. He looks like a boy, even though I kept everything light. You've heard the saying: Less is more. It's true.
|Repainted but not yet restrung. I Photoshopped his stand out of the photo.|
|You like me as a blonde?|
|I can sit, too.|
Some people might turn against a doll that gave them so much grief. Oddly enough, I have bonded more completely with him than I do with dolls that behave beautifully right out of the box. We understand each other, he and I. I feel as if I have earned his respect. He has certainly earned mine.
|Deep in thought|
|Soso and friends|
By ordering during a FairyLand event, I qualified for a gift. In my price category I had a choice of either a LittleFee Soso or Pupu faceplate. I have both in RealPuki size. How would they look as LittleFee? I chose Soso, because who doesn't love Soso? Right? After painting Sheehan, I did Soso's face-up and put the faceplate on Shiwoo's body. RealPuki Soso always makes me laugh. You know what? LittleFee Soso does too.