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Sculpting Dolls in Cernit

Marleen Engeler, a talented teacher and acclaimed doll artist from the Netherlands, has com­piled her experiences of working with Cernit into this comprehen­sive how-to book. Marleen has taught doll sculpting with Cernit to hun­dreds of students in many coun­tries and under all types of con­ditions, so her insight into work­ing with the oven-baked clay qualifies her to be considered an expert. Her easy-to-follow instruc­tions are accompanied with il­lustrative photos so that begin­ners will feel comfortable about trying this medium on their own.

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Sculpting compounds that don't require special treatments to be modeled into lifelike im­ages have been used by Euro­pean doll artists for some time. Although these materials have found their way into the U.S. market, the information on use and availability has been sketchy. Now Marleen Engeler, a talented teacher and acclaimed doll artist from the Netherlands, has com­piled her experiences of working with Cernit into this comprehen­sive how-to book.
Her easy-to-follow instruc­tions are accompanied with il­lustrative photos so that begin­ners will feel comfortable about trying this medium on their own.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

About the Author
Foreword

A BABY DOLL
General Introduction
The Head
The Arms
The Legs
Refining the Doll
The Baking Process
    How Will You Know if Your Doll is Ready?
Faults and Their Corrections
The Painting
The Wig
About the Body Pattern
Baby Body Pattern
Assembling the Doll
    To Set Eyes

A TEENAGE DOLL
The Face
The Back Side of the Head
Breast-Plate
The Arms
The Legs
Loading and Baking
Eye Cutting
Painting
Eye Setting
Assembling
    Head to Shoulder-plate . Basic Body Pattern for a Teenage Doll
The Wig
Decisions: Eyelashes, fabrics, and Colours
    Some Clothing Decisions

SOME FINAL REMARKS
Tools
Loading
Modeling
Baking
Colours
Dressing

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