Enchanted Doll in Italy and Estonia

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Hey guys! Remember this doll when it was still unfinished? She is coming as a part of my traveling porcelain collection to my upcoming shows in Italy and Estonia this fall. Oh, and by the way, I have a show in Tallinn, Estonia one week after Italy. Surprise! Totally forgot to tell you, but it’s going to be awesome. It’s called Shocking Art of Dolls, and it will take place at Estonian Doll Art house, in the oldest building in Tallinn! I’ll post more info about it soon.

If I have any resin dolls left over from Italy, then they will be made available to buy at the Shocking Art of Dolls in Tallinn. Also, I’ve been putting the resin wait list together going back to 2010. Those of you who are on it, will be getting an email within 24 hours to inquire if you wish to remain or get taken off. This wait list will go in effect in December and production will begin in January 2013.

My production capacity is very small, only about 10-20 resin dolls a month max. I want to avoid mass-production and keep the quality and rarity of these dolls. At this point I have plans to produce resin for 1 year, and then either stop or keep going for another year or two, or many, depending on how I feel. I will evaluate the situation every 6 months.

Unfortunately, the rainy season in Vancouver had started this week and prevented me from completing as many resin dolls as I originally wanted to bring to the Pieceno Fashion doll convention. It’s new and strange for me to have to rely on external factors, such as good weather, to be able to make dolls. There is no such a thing with the porcelain doll-making process. Vancouver is a pretty rainy city, so, I don’t know how many more resin dolls I’ll be able to make this winter. I’ll have to paint then and put them away until sunny breaks, or something. I’m sure I will figure something out.

Stay tuned for pictures of the new resin dolls.

43 Responses to “Enchanted Doll in Italy and Estonia”

  1. seacreature
    October 18th, 2012 23:23
    1

    Whar wonderful news for Estonia!

    (yes, that’s right, i’m one happy Estonian)

  2. Eiko
    October 18th, 2012 23:30
    2

    That’s wonderful news that those on the resin list will be able to order a doll in December/January.

    Will be checking my email a lot in the next 24 hours.

  3. Amoreen
    October 18th, 2012 23:45
    3

    Dear Marina, I am so happy to hear news! You are so generous.Take care of yourself and see you soon!

  4. Glynis
    October 19th, 2012 00:06
    4

    Fantastic news Marina so happy for you,and sooooo happy about the resin line,I too will be constantly looking at my emails,happy travelling

  5. Alison
    October 19th, 2012 00:43
    5

    Are you going to be doing shows in Canada any time soon?

  6. Elena
    October 19th, 2012 00:44
    6

    Марина, приветствую!!!!

    Новая кукла потрясающая!!!
    Хочется видеть её полностью и знать имя.
    Хотя в ней может быть что-то шокирующее, но это только мои предположения.

  7. MigMig
    October 19th, 2012 01:04
    7

    Aaaa, I received an email from Marina re the resin waitlist! Could this be possible? Could I have a resin ED? I’m going to cut my Christmas shopping list drastically to make sure there would be enough money for a RED next year!

    And another show in Europe – really, Marina, why do you insist on showing your dolls so far from Australia? :o) We cannot wait for you to come here.

    I’m so excited I can hardly sit!

  8. Marina
    October 19th, 2012 01:09
    8

    I will come to Australia, I will come. Just a matter of time.

  9. Anett
    October 19th, 2012 01:10
    9

    Great news, see you in Tallinn!

  10. Glynis
    October 19th, 2012 02:21
    10

    Ooooooohhhhh I got my email too!! I’m so excited,Marina on your way to Australia could you go via the UK please!!?? LOL just asking…..

  11. Merri
    October 19th, 2012 02:30
    11

    Love the photo…the doll and styling!
    So excited to receive my email about the resin doll list!
    Marina, do you think you will be able to supply everyone on your current list or is it just too long? :)

  12. Marina
    October 19th, 2012 02:34
    12

    I think I might be able to supply around half of the list within 6 months to a year.

  13. Merri
    October 19th, 2012 03:09
    13

    Ooh, please don’t stop before you get to my name! :)

  14. Glynis
    October 19th, 2012 03:50
    14

    Oh and pleeaase don’t stop before you get to mine too!!

  15. Ольга из Кемеровской области
    October 19th, 2012 04:01
    15

    Марина, надеюсь, что и ко мне приедет одна из ваших девочек. Счастья вам и здоровья. Радуйте нас своим творчеством.

  16. Jon Songserm
    October 19th, 2012 04:23
    16

    wow, my favorite doll, he back, I wait to see this doll for long time, and so happy to got you e-mail today, fly me to heaven!

  17. Orangey
    October 19th, 2012 06:02
    17

    Her headpiece is remarkable! Have fun in Italy!

    Hey, about Australia, the UK…. China, I am telling you, Toronto is where Marina’s heart is longing for! You just don’t know it yet, Marina. ;D

  18. jacci
    October 19th, 2012 06:15
    18

    i love that photo of the doll. whats her story?

  19. susan
    October 19th, 2012 07:13
    19

    How do I get on the waiting list??????

  20. Isabel pacheco
    October 19th, 2012 07:15
    20

    Waooooo adorable beatiful

  21. Marina
    October 19th, 2012 07:15
    21

    Email me!
    Put: Resin list request in the title.
    And BAM!, just like that you’re on the list!

  22. Christiane (Quebec)#24
    October 19th, 2012 10:32
    22

    Marina may I ask how does the weather affect the production of resin dolls…..

  23. Elisa from Italy
    October 19th, 2012 10:33
    23

    Hello Marina,
    I’ve sent you an e-mail this morning for putting my name into your list!
    I dind’t write “Resin list request” in the title but I hope it could work as well.
    Please… don’t forget about your Italian fan!!!!!
    Love & devotion,

    Elisa

  24. Amal
    October 19th, 2012 12:17
    24

    Christiane, my guess is that the weather can have an adverse affect on the fixatives that are used to seal and protect the faceups.

  25. Marina
    October 19th, 2012 12:35
    25

    That’s right, the clear resin used for spraying the dolls after painting needs dry and warm weather to set properly. It reacts funny with moisture and doesn’t set.
    I don’t know the nuances of this chemical reaction though.

  26. Suok69
    October 19th, 2012 13:57
    26

    Marina, new doll is amazing. Love the silver/bronze? work on her. She looks so mysterious.

    So happy about the Resin Line. Dreams do come true, and we have to thank you for it.

    Have a nice trip to Italy.

  27. joan sandler
    October 19th, 2012 15:18
    27

    Marina , i cant tell you how excited i am to finally be able to own one of your dolls. This is such great news for your loyal fans.

  28. Jayne Wourms
    October 19th, 2012 16:29
    28

    Fingers crossed that I will receive an email in the next 24 hours!

  29. Linda
    October 20th, 2012 02:06
    29

    Hi Marina, Just wondered if those that have been on the porcelain list get considered for the resin. It’s just that i’m quite new to the resin list but have been waiting for porcelain over a year and would be happy to sacrifice my place on the porcelain list for this one. I very much doubt that you would consider it but it was just a thought. Other than that, I will patiently wait for Hassana xx

  30. Linda
    October 20th, 2012 02:54
    30

    Sorry Marina….will rephrase that…not ”happily” sacrifice my place on the porcelain list but I’m so delighted with the resin line. Can’t wait. Xxxxx

  31. Christiane (Quebec)#24
    October 20th, 2012 06:28
    31

    Marina I have no ideal as to where you live, but I think its time for you to have a house that has a custom studio with all the accommadotions you need. Controle heating and just the perfect humidity percentage. Oh let it be a gothic era house….wishing nothing but the best!

  32. KP
    October 20th, 2012 07:53
    32

    I sent an email titled “Resin Wait List/Doll Order” in December 2010 but have not yet received an email from you. Should I be patient or should I re-send that request? Would hate to miss out, but would also hate to clutter your box with duplicate requests!

  33. Mai
    October 20th, 2012 12:15
    33

    Having worked with resins before, I attest to their finicky nature and extreme sensitivity to humidity. They can be very frustrating to work with. We invested in a large dehumidifier with digital controls to place in our studio, and it automatically maintains the humidity levels to whatever level you set it at. Additionally, it puts off some heat, and so long as the room that it’s placed in remains closed off from the rest of the house, the air will stay warm and dry.

    Thank you for making our dreams come true! Your fans, myself included, are positively glowing with the thought of owning one of your resin beauties one day soon. And yes, I agree with Jacci…what is the story of the captivating beauty with the elaborate bronze work?

  34. lina salamanca
    October 20th, 2012 12:33
    34

    is more beautiful than beautiful, I can say that your dolls are perfect wish to have some one day

  35. Schelma
    October 20th, 2012 20:06
    35

    Марина, не могли бы вы ещё раз подробно объяснить, как войти в список. Буду очень признательна.

  36. Winternightpoem
    October 21st, 2012 06:41
    36

    Marina, I live in Vermont which has a great deal of humidity and snow. I regularly spray resin dolls all year round doing commission face-ups, even in a driving snowstorm …. as long as you have heat in your studio (and of course, a proper exhaust system for your health) your dolls will not be affected by the winter weather. I always keep my spraying booth on the warmer side. I have more trouble in summer only because we don’t require air conditioning in Vermont, which would otherwise cut the humidity. I usually slow down then. If you have AC that should work as well. In five years of doing face-ups with this system I have never had a single one bloom. Good luck. Virginia

  37. yve
    October 21st, 2012 10:29
    37

    Hi,
    I was put on your resin waiting list last year (around January maybe? When I bought on of your beautiful tins) but have not received an email yet, have I been taken off the list for some reason?

  38. Sylvia Leticia
    October 22nd, 2012 06:53
    38

    Awwww!!!! Thanks for making my Dream come true… I got my mail :-} I feel so excited! You are so *Kind & Sweet* Your Unique Doll is Bellisima, and will complete my Doll Collection!!! ~Warm Greetings~

  39. liles
    October 22nd, 2012 07:02
    39

    i’m not in the waiting list, how can I stay in? I love these dolls..

  40. jacci
    October 22nd, 2012 07:59
    40

    Marina, are you going to eventually have a gallery page with the resin dolls for us to drool over? i’d love to be able to look through a new gallery with these beauties if you’re planning on doing one.

  41. Merri
    October 22nd, 2012 16:26
    41

    liles – read Marina’s comment above (no. 21) :)

  42. Christiane (Quebec)#24
    October 23rd, 2012 15:45
    42

    Knock knock Marina let us in, please share more beauties with us……I realy need my next ED fix!

  43. Cynthia
    January 7th, 2013 21:10
    43

    the pic is lost…=3=