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It's My Party with Rosanna Pereyra, Paper Clay Doll Artist

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It's My Party with Rosanna Pereyra, Paper Clay Doll Artist

Start Date: November 16, 2017

Class:  It's My Party

Instructor: Rosanna Pereyra, Paper Clay Doll Artist

Cost: $55 for 5 lessons

All Skill Levels

Once Lesson One opens, it remains available until this classroom closes  

Description:

Abby has been looking forward to her birthday party all year long.  

She's invited everyone in her class, even the boys, because she is finally turning 8!!  

Mom wants Abby to sit like a little lady and keep her hair neat but Abby wants to run wild and free!! 

In this class we will be using a simple template that you can sculpt directly on top of, building a wire armature, and sculpting the head hands and legs from Paperclay. 

You will also learn to paint the doll, make a simple dress pattern and completely costume and wig a doll.  

With the knowledge you acquire in this class and the template Rosanna has created for you, you will be able to make enough dolls to have your own party!!

The class is divided into 5 Lessons with step by step instructions and photographs

Lesson Plan 

List of Supplies 

Lesson 1 -The Armature in Wire 

Lesson 2 - Sculpting the Head, Neck and Ears in Paperclay, Sanding and Refining

Lesson 3 - Sculpting the Hands, Legs and Boots in Paperclay, Painting the doll and Assembling Doll 

Lesson 4 - Costuming the Doll using simple pattern techniques and basic sewing and gluing 

Lesson 5 - Wigging and Styling the Doll, adding details to dress & shoes, making a Party Hat

Class includes a print out template for doll, pattern for pantaloons & hat pattern.

I have included everything I could think of to create a complete doll class that is simple enough for beginners, fun for experienced doll artists, that will inspire you to create more one of a kind characters and dolls. 

 

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