Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Weeping Angel Bratz

In my previous post I mentioned a weeping angel and a moose, the moose is not being very cooperative, so I will have to share that photo in the next post...But here is my version of a Weeping Angel, if you are a Doctor fan, I hope you can see the resemblance.    I made her for my daughter's birthday, and by all accounts she loved her : )    The most fiddly bit to work out was the dress, and my favourite part are the wings...everything (other than the Bratz doll, of course) was done by hand by yours truly.      The doll was coated with a mixture of acrylic paint and texture paste, and a dry-brushing of silver acrylic paint.





I know she's not quite as sinister-looking as the real deal, but I'm very happy with the way she turned out...
Here is the card I made for her, I stamped the letters and heat-embossed them, the spider webs were drawn in using a Zig pen (0.3) and I added the 3 split pins (in TARDIS blue LOL) 



I'll try to get the moose to behave and hopefully I'll have some photos for my next post : )  Thanks for visiting my humble palace...

6 comments:

Jenny said...

Oh Vicky... your weeping angel is FABULOUS... I love the way you alter the Bratz dolls... her wings are amazing... love the dress too... you are just so clever... and awesome card with the spider webs...
Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and a joy filled 2012...

Jenny x

Gio said...

ehheh , it's brilliant, may I say not very seasonal? ;-)

Lyn S said...

Awesome weeping angel Vicky! I love those wings, you did a wonderful job transforming a Bratz doll into a work of art! I'm sure your DD will treasure it!

The moose has me intrigued!

Karen said...

What a wonderful doll! I love it. You are the only person I've seen who can put those awful dolls to good use.
Can't wait to see the moose! (As a Canadian, I always feel slightly more patriotic when moose are under discussion. They're such an interesting animal - ungainly and graceful, elegant and peculiar all at once. Still, anyone who has had their cabbage bed raided or ornamental crab pruned to the ground may have other things to say about moose, more along the lines of what tasty stews they make.)

Mim said...

this is FANTASTIC Vicky - I love the way you just jump in and give it a whirl.. and look at the results!

Robyn said...

Fabulous Vicky! She came out so well. I am glad your daughter liked it :)
Merry Christmas!