Order date: 1st February 2017
Order shipped: 4th April 2017
Arrived at my door: 10th April 2017
There’s many reasons why I love the Dollshe Arsene:
(1) That face! It’s not exactly handsome, in fact it’s a little quirky and unusual, but that’s what makes it beautiful to me. I’m always attracted to things that are not overt or explicit. I think he has the potential to wear many different expressions. No kidding I really want to paint 100 Arsenes!
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Wow it’s official! The Dollshe Arsene is my most favourite doll. The face shape is very pleasing and versatile, you can turn him into a sweet character or a mature character. The resin from Dollshe is the best to paint and it’s available in so many different colours.
I hope to paint a hundred of them. That’s right, 100 Arsene faces!! Lol… I don’t know if it can be possible, but I can dream…
For now I’d just like to share with you all two that I’ve painted so far… (98 more to go!)
In Copper Oriental – Doll belongs to Frederic Butz:
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I’ve recently got my Dollshe Arsene (ordered on 1st February 2017 and arrived 10th April 2017). Oh my God… when I saw Arsene’s face I fell even harder! He’s soo beautiful! Most perfect face ever 🙂 where the Venitu to me is an image of strength and poise, I think the Arsene is an image of gentleness and vulnerability. They are both really lovely and compliment each other: like a Yin to a Yang.
I haven’t had a chance to paint mine yet, but I took some photos of him next for comparison purposes:
Left to right: Venitu by 5th Motif (Oriental), Arsene by Dollshe (Oriental) and Hound by Dollshe (Older Freshskin, at least 8 years old).
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I want to continue sculpting but unfortunately I had a bunch of faceup commissions to do and then this happened!! While I could still paint albeit shaky, I’m not able to get it wet and sculpt 😦
WARNING GRAPHIC PHOTOS OF INJURY AND BLOOD
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Oh yes, I forgot to mention. I used this rubber band around the head to help the ears stay the same level (not one higher than the other).
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He’s not the most good looking fellow, but hey I’m having fun just learning something I’ve never done before so all is good 🙂
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I was given this pack of Das paper clay about 5 years ago and I’ve never really done anything with it other than prop my desk lol. So one day when I was bored I tinkered with it and tried to make a doll head. These pics are several weeks ago before I stuffed up my hand.
The first thing I did was used my Dollshe Saint Old Hound Body as a reference for size. I’ve stuck his torso part onto a box so I can turn it around while I work on the head because I didn’t have a lazy susan. Then I used a balsa wood stick which I wrapped with some foil to give me a ‘head start’ (still with the bad puns I’m sorry!)
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