I accidentally this.
Mostly made to test some ideas about joints. Somehow, it manages to stand. Even holds some
poses. Surprisingly stable for its amount of articulation points
Now I'm even more sure that beadwork isn't meant for this sort of thing. Really not.
Also I obviously didn't bother with the proportions and anatomy much.
Knees don't bend the wrong way? Good enough.
Leave jointed dolls to plastic and clays. They do it much better
* Process shots: sta.sh/220r4jngvxl3
when I have time, I'll do something about them. Maybe.
22 cm (~8.6 inches) tall.
Joints: head, waist, legs (3 - hip, knee, ankle), arms (8 - shoulder, elbow, wrists , 1 in each finger)
Main bead colours (Toho 11) - 2208, 2110, 2112, 901, 49f, white and metallic brown.
Eyes are white Czech "piggy beads", pupils drawn with nail polish.
Some twin (or was it superduo?) used for finger joints.
Other materials include plastic filling, wooden and plastic beads, wire and chopsticks.
If you want to see a bigger image - download.
Oh, look, something that's not a dragon. Lol.