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Working in the New Repaint by MySweetQueen-Dolls Working in the New Repaint by MySweetQueen-Dolls

:star:My Commissions are OPEN! send me a note if you are interested
Repaint Commissions Info- Materials I use: watercolor pencils (Staedtler, 36 colors), pastels (Faber-Castell, 24 colors), 3 brushes (Milan, 5/0 1001, 2/0 611 and 6 641), cotton cleasing, nail polish remover (Claire's), purpurin (Claire's), water, latex gloves, gloss varnish (Americana) and acrylic varnish (Orita) - What kind of dolls I repaint?: Only plastic dolls (monster high, bratz, barbie etc), I won't accept other kind of doll commissions because I have no experience or the proper materials to work on other surface like resin or wood. - Price: All my repaints will cost $50 independent of the doll - I only paint faces, not bodies. - I'll only submit photos of the finished job because WIP photos can make you doubt and that will slow me down. If you really confide on my style and my hands, then I'm your face-up artist. If you feel unsure without process photos, then maybe I'm not the one for you, don't worry, it's not a problem ^^ - If I have to remove the prev

If you like Monster High Dolls come join :icondamonsterhighdolls:

Name: Draculaura
Gender: Female
B-day: October 24
Session: repaint
Doll: Monster High, Draculaura
Bought from: Toy Store in Badajoz
Makeup: me

I'm trying to improve to take repaint commissions someday, what do you think?
they are not perfect but I'm really proud of my progress at the moment, so please tell me if you are interested^^
and help me to improve please!

I'm really excited about submitting a photo about how I repaint the monster high dolls :3
this repaint was already done, but I wanted to take a photo adding the final touch: purpurin
I noticed people prefer cute repaints more than sexy ones and I wanted to try with that style soon, so it was a perfect chance to try ^^
I liked the previous one more, but this one stole my heart too
please comment, ask me watever you want, give me your opinion etc :3
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BloodHeartBlade Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is so cute :'D i love the idea of repainting dolls and i was planning to take it up as a hobby for over the summer to prepare myself for A Level art and design. I was wondering if you could give me some tips on techniques and materials to use?
It would be much appreciated if you could help me, and keep up with the amazing work :D
MySweetQueen-Dolls Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
sure! It may sound silly, but to start the first thing you will need is patience, because repainting is really hard, and the first attempts always look dissapointing compared with our expectations, but if you take it seriously and don't stop practicing you will feel very proud in no time.
The hardest part is drawing the eyes, so take all the time you need and don't stop until they look good to you. The most important thing is you like the result.
As last tip, sealant is important to make the paint look more intense, so if you are going to use it, protect your doll's hair and body with latex gloves or with anything useful you have at home because it will ruin them with time
and about materials, here you have a list and you can see them in the image [link]
BloodHeartBlade Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
from looking at the list, all i'll need is a sealant, so that's a positive ^^ It's good i've been into art for many years, because i've seemed to accumulate a variety of supplies that'll help.
Do you also change the hair? And if you do, do you style the pre-existing piece or completely change it with a new doll wig?
Again, thank you so much for the advice ^^ i'll be sure to thank you when and if i upload my first attempt, and will more than likely ask for advice in the future :D
MySweetQueen-Dolls Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
nice! :)
I don't use to, but yes I cutted the original hair of one of my draculauras and I put a wig on her, she was the only one who had a change in her hair :p
no prob, I'm glad to help! and I'd love to see your first attempt, don't forget to show me please^^
BloodHeartBlade Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I wouldn't forget my influence ^^
Rockabell-Neko Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
naww, this is so pretty ;u;
MySweetQueen-Dolls Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013
CynderMizuki Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
You use pastels to repaint them?
MySweetQueen-Dolls Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
yes, pastels and watercolor pencils
CynderMizuki Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
I never knew you could use pastels for that
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