Resin Doll Hands-unpainted

1 year, 11 months ago 18
Posted in: Resin line

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I made two different sets of hands for my resin dolls and decided to mix them up randomly, making 4 combinations. Even unpainted they look lovely.

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18 Responses

  1. I so want to hold one, I believe there is hope for us fans. Thank you for sharing, sitting on the tip of my seat, my eyes glued to the screen hoping for that news…….

  2. Suok69 says:

    They are beautiful and extremely graceful. Love how you positioned all fingers.

  3. Marin they look so soft, I guess this makes them less fragile (resin). Will they be air brushed painted?

  4. Crystal says:

    Any which way you do them or combine them you can’t go wrong! So elegant! No paint needed!

  5. Erica says:

    Marina, all the fans are asking about Resin! You’re holding us in suspense! When will you be able to give more information?

    Perhaps you should hire an agent to assist! ;)

  6. giperborea says:

    I’m checking this blog at least 3 times a day for more news!!! Please please, pricing info!!!!
    OMG! Marina, are you going to paint 20 dolls in less than two weeks!!!! What intense work!!!

  7. Eva says:

    These are looking amazing. I hope I’m far enough up the resin waiting list to get a chance at these girls. :)

  8. Hazel says:

    Is it just me, or do these look more delicate and refined than the ones on the original dolls you posted two years ago?
    They’re absolutely lovely.

  9. Aeroksana says:

    Hands are so lovely and divine!
    Enchantment! Enchantment! Enchantment!
    Whenever I think that these resin Enchanted dolls already exist and will be sold,my heart stops beating and my hands starts to tremble! If only it would be possible to own one! All summer I dreamed and planned to travel to Moscow for the exhibition in october, but unfortunately in my family disaster struck and I have to cancel all trips and shopping. All is different now. Sigh. So terribly sorry that I will not see this year personally Marina and wonderful dolls with my own eyes. Well, now I have my ED Book, an obsession and tenacious hope that someday in the future I can buy a resin doll. I can’t hardly wait for the announcement of the details of the pricing and the possibility of buying them not from exhibitions. I’m waiting anxiously for details!

  10. Glynis says:

    Exquisite just exquisite

  11. Sabrina says:

    Are they strung with elastic or will you be using stainless steel springs like the porcelain dolls?

  12. jacci says:

    beautiful

  13. Beth says:

    The hands do look lovely, very ephemeral and delicate. Thanks for sharing more pics with us. I hope you will share pics of the finished dolls too!

  14. Joanna N says:

    So beautifull hands!! They are sooo delicate. I wish i could buy one of your resin dolls… I love your work so so much XD

  15. Sari says:

    I really wish the peploe who reviewed these ACTUALLY BOUGHT THE DOLL! These dolls are great and hold up really well. They have a very contemperary look to them. Too cute and SO easy to dress. Not like Bratz or Barbies that are hard to dress. This is top quality velcro and GREATLY made. My little girl’s has been thrown off banisters, kicked across the room and everything else you can imagine even being dunked into a toilet. and she still looks brand new. THAT is a well made toy. And about plastics and them being hard , like Barbies never stabbed any kids in the eyes with those fingers or Brats arent made of the same exact plastic hard! and barbies broke and became very sharp, these dont, there are no hard edges or any plastic type materials that break. Everything is rounded. It is one of the safest toys I have bought. Either way, I hope this review proves they are NOT a bad doll at all. I just hate to see bad reviews for something that is genuinely a very good product.

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