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Base by Josie. This young lady is infinitely proud to be a member of the Black and Gold Brigade, playing in the pit on her xylophone. My life from August to November for five years was just this. And I loved it. This also marks the beginning of my interest in drawing text.
Base by Josie. Sericrea Frugert also recieved a Male Initiation doll for the Magic Hogwarts Midsummer's Ball, but he took more kindly to hisn. This doll was remade by Shari of Bright Shiny Thing forums and can be viewed at http://www.snowy-day.net/stuff/shari%20-%20sharinov04seribst1cr.gif
Base by Josie. I made poor Lamondo Holl (rick) wear a dress to the Magic Hogwarts Midsummer's Ball! I called it "Male Initiation". Initiation into what, I do not know. I don't know if he ever actually used it or not.
Base by Josie(I think) Anyways, this was ioga(yoga)'s suit for the Midsummer's Ball. I actually had a picture of him to base it off of, and I was so happy about it at the time.
Oh I really adored this when I first made it! I thought it was the most beautiful doll in the world. It was for me to wear at the Midsummer's Ball! I think I'll remake it some day.
Made for darling Ammie, my allie-sister-in-spirit. My heart was in the right place at least, if not my mouse!
Base by Josie. I had a terrible time getting Jay from Magic Hogwarts to like a hairstyle for [his? apparently he was a she!] Midsummer's Ball doll.
Independently, I tried to find a way to do half-transparency. Of course, there weren't quite so many tutorials on the subject then as there are now, so I was fairly pleased with myself, just, the result wasn't as good as it could be. It looks better now as I use a higher resolution though!
Made for rosie nightshade from Magic Hogwarts. I experimented with softening my shading!!
Another base I made!!!1 I made this for Angel at Magic Hogwarts for the Midsummer's Ball there. I racked my brains to find a way to draw sparkles, but without animation, they fell flat.
Base by Josie. David was a rather good friend of mine at Magic Hogwarts! He always made sure I didn't visit goatse, and one night, he and some others in the IRC channel decided between like uh, the four? I remember Austin was one of them, we decided that we would stay up for four more hours. Austin dropped out early because his dad would be getting up for work, but I made it until after sunrise! This was for the midsummer's ball at MH.
Who made the first wonderkin bases? As far as I know their name has been lost to all time. I really liked their look back in the day. I think it foreshadowed the coming of Chibi styled bases.
I made a princess wearing purple! I want to say there were actually four versions of this doll: two that were wonderkin and two that were prep, two that were softened and two that were not. I don't know for sure, but it would explain why it's named Experiment.
Before antialiasing, it was rather difficult to try to make shirts that I actually owned fit on a doll. Especially at an angle. It's also difficult to show part lines in hair, which is why I stopped doing it before too long. The shirt was a percussion one I picked up from band camp. It's since gone the way of the red shirt from Experiment 1.
I think this is the first doll I ever made for someone else (not counting all those drag'n'dropz from before). I made it for Leanne at Magic Hogwarts.
I made this doll when a friend was over, and we had fun thinking of weird things to put on her, like pink house slippers. The base was made by me, and I'd like to know how she got into that position. Anatomy wasn't exactly my forte back then. Oh, yes it was. I was great and am great.
I really really liked this doll, and I really really liked the base! I made it following one of Josie's base making tutorials, and then I forgot to save the doll as another copy! Oh I was heartbroken :( Capris and sandals were in back then.
I like Star Wars. This is probably the only doll that will testify to that. Well, there are some that also have the cinni-buns hairstyle, but this is the only one that is a character, although I've never really ever said that it was in fact Leia, but I think it's obvious.
I was still into editing dollzmania preps back then, so I edited me up a yoga and put it with the doll of myself. Amazing!
Base by me. Ostensibly this is me! I had a dress that color, and I proceeded to recolor the doll many times based on ideas from my dear friend Megan #2.