Thursday, November 18, 2010


This is Lenka.


Lenka sits on my printer, perched on a small green cushion, and peers at me over the top of my computer screen. Her hair is my very favorite part.

Lenka is made of paper clay, her arms and legs are jointed using a very shoddy method of pipe cleaner hooks (oops, better next time). She was sanded until I got bored sanding (very quickly) and then painted with acrylic paints.

There are a lot of aspects to doll making that I need to slow down and do properly. But Lenka has character and that is one of the most important parts, I think.

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At November 9, 2022 at 7:39 AM , Blogger haakentabb said...

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