We don't know where the above photo originated but we think it's message can apply as we try to sculpt a new figure. Some of our dolls end up in the trash can (or maybe they should end up there). Sometimes it is easier to start over then to try to fix a sculpt that is just not working, no matter how much time and effort we spend trying to save it.
This photo is from one of our favorite professional doll artists. She said "ooooooop's..... I scrap one in every five of my art dolls
while making them. Here is my latest victim in her new home. Oh well, it's back
to the drawing board, literally. I will be starting over on this creation soon".
To see more tips from her be sure to follow this link: http://patriciarosestudio.blogspot.com/search/label/Beginner%20corner
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