Wmyn - The Huntress Doll
My entry for the crafting contest is a handmade doll of The Huntress. I wanted to craft
Materials: Fabric, thread, acrylic paint, lace, stuffing, wire
She is mostly hand sewn except for the limbs which required my sewing machine. She is the first time I have ever made something like this. This contest really inspired me to get creative! A lot of seam ripping and pin pricks later.. I am very proud of how she turned out.
Process: Her body and limbs are made from fabric and stuffing. The arms and legs also have wires (from a hanger) so they can be positioned. After stuffing and sewing each limb closed I positioned it to the torso head and sewed them one by one.
After the body was completed I started to make the clothes.
The jeans are from an old pair of pants that I cut and sewed with my sewing machine. I then tied fabric around her leg and foot to make it similar to how she looks in game.
I painted her limbs and face with acrylic paints
I then started to make the iconic bunny mask. I used fabric and stuffing to stuff the mask. I then positioned it onto the existing head and sewed it on.
After it was sewn, I painted the mask.
I used an old sock for her under shirt collar and sewed that before cutting white felt to be her sweater. I also used red felt to make the torso accessory.
I painted the yellow pattern onto the red felt. to emulate the detailed pattern. Painting felt is very difficult so it took a few layers.
Her harness/belt is made out of strips of fabric that I sewed to her body. Then I painted them brown.
I then made the skirt. I painted a floral pattern onto a peice of blue fabric and tucked it under the belt once it was dry.
I had to position it correctly because it is not a full skirt.
I then painted a quilted pattern on some orange canvas and sewed it to the bottom of the skirt.
I then added a belt buckle with gray felt and her metal pins with yellow felt
After she was finally done I positioned her against some fabric and took some pictures.
Thanks for looking at my entry <3 Good luck everyone! I will post progress photos below