That's some very inspiring stuff. I wonder what Misha is up to these days? I know his dream was to work on more features according to Don Carlson. He really puts a lot of emotion into his characters. I still think he shoulda kept his blogs up though that he had a few years ago. They were always interesting to read.
Re: Test post
m_) I have been distracted by this exercise as well, so any current idea for a film will be in stand-by for the sake of a refreshing entry this month with the all new animate-clay. Not the first time I get distracted by a challenge anyway, so it won't hurt doing this, at least one more time.
m_) Nick, you are the expert here, I will take your tips about making legs and the overall of my doll.
m_) There are some things to consider: 1-My doll has already a baked-sculpey face and hair, so baking legs won't be possible at this point. I still can add thin foam and shape her legs with scissors. That would do! And I never thought about panty-hose material but maybe a baige color of it could make the skin likeness I am looking for. -yes, she is expected to show her legs naked)
m_) I liked also the option of using epoxy putty. I tend to believe epoxy putty is only for making bones, but how silly of me, no one is going to TOUCH her, so it won't matter whether her skin is made of hard material or soft (lol seriously, that was very insightful, thanks!)
m_) Alright, we'll see what the night brings, and I will take some pictures to share with everyone.