Not a Magnetic Duckling doll, but I was dying to show you my Cerisedoll chocolate Constantine painted by my friend Koala Krash.
Isn’t she a dream? I adore her so much I had to share her with you guys.

Koala Krash works in collaboration with me and paints the majority of my dolls. She painted Tika Massala and Art Nouveau, that you might remember (see previous posts) and she takes commissions too!

You can see more of her art at http://www.flickr.com/photos/koala-krash/


It´s done! :D Gosh, finally, haha! After about 150 hours of embroidering(and a little bit of sewing xD), countless leafs and vines and 9 skeins of embroidery thread, Dagmars handembroidered coat is done! :D Now, on to the skirt! 8D ..which will of course be handembroidered too, did you expect anything different? ;)

The coat is made from black linen, handembroidered with cotton thread :)


Finally got to a place where i didn’t have to work through my weekend so i got back on the BJD customization train! Yes, it’s sort of still “working” since its making art but it’s just a hobby that i do for myself and it’s really relaxing. The hard part is done for me since the doll is already made! ;P

This is a Lillycat Cerisedolls sculpt that i painted and added horns to. I’m so happy with how she came out. Her name is Vespertine. I’ll get Larry to take nicer photos of her soon.


Three Goldwork embroidery corsets for Cerisedolls Classic bodies <3 I love how the same technique on the same doll can still look so different, it’s why I love embroidery <3

Also for Ldoll, of course ^_^ (Honestly, I’m happy Ldoll is next week, so I can finally make things and nót say ‘it’s for Ldoll’! XD And of course because Ldoll is amazing and I’m really looking forward to it <3)