Moist von Lipwig OOAK doll and Lady Gaga repaint

Some of my other WIPs, not related to writing 😉 Never fear, Chapter Two of the Cosmic Carbon Cycle Cash Machine will be up soon 🙂 xx

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Moist von Lipwig commissioned doll

Here’s Moist von Lipwig of the Discworld novels by Terry Pratchett – a request recently made to me by a family friend. He’s an acrylic repaint on a Jackson Jekkyl Monster high boy doll. As usual I managed to make his outfit reversible.

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As well as his face, I repainted his boots. His post-bags are knitted in basket-weave stitch and then the AM logo embroidered on. I also made him a black briefcase/satchel for his incarnation as Albert Spangler. He has grey knitted long-johns as well.

I’ve had a few requests to see more Discworld characters in my collection, but I’m also practising other styles for my repertoire. This is a second-hand superstar-era Barbie doll that I’m turning into Lady Gaga from her video for ‘Telephone’:

Lady Gaga repainted Barbie doll by Lisa Scullard

I highlighted her straight blonde hair with a yellow Sharpie before curling it using the boil perm method. then gave her an acrylic/pastel repaint…

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OOAK Discworld inspired Tiffany Aching Monster High hybrid doll on ebay UK (for JustGiving)

Doing what I can for a good cause while grieving for a great author who has influenced most of my creative life…

UPDATE: Tiffany sold for £56.00, which means I will be able to donate £44.80 (80%) to RICE as soon as the new owner has received her safely 🙂

Sewing and painting has been my recuperation from sports injury surgery in the last couple of months – and it looks like I’m still not done with treatment yet for a while. No fear – I’ll be back on topic imminently 🙂 Lisa xx

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For auction now – profits will go to RICE (Research Institute for the Care of Older People) via Lynsey Dalladay’s JustGiving page dedicated to Terry Pratchett. For full details and photos, please visit the listing.

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