Tattooing porcelain

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My next doll is near completion! This is a little¬†preview of her tattoo. Once it’s fully engraved, I’m going to try something different with it and see if it works the way I’m hoping. This doll has been an ongoing project for the last year¬†and I’m pretty excited to finally reveal her to you within a month, along with a few other interesting things. Wink-wink.

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14 Responses

  1. Anthony says:

    Marina the sheer amount of detail in this scale is sublime!!!! I think this tattoo my end up being my favorite.

  2. Sylvia Leticia says:

    Truly *Stunning*
    So Delicate & Lovely, as always!!!

  3. Jayne Wourms says:

    So beautiful! Can’t wait to see the finished doll and the other interesting things!

  4. Amal says:

    Wow, it looks painful holding the needle to do that – is it?
    Can’t wait to see how this turns out! (And what else you have up your sleeves!)

  5. cha hof says:

    A new dimension, well detailed like it.

  6. Annina says:

    I love this detail shot of the engraving, wish I could run my fingers over it, it looks so nice!
    This will be a beautiful doll, can’t wait to see her completed!

  7. Jill Jackson says:

    The design is intricate and intriguing. I’m sure it’s going to be beautiful.

  8. Michele Hunt says:

    Awesome work, as always! Can’t wait to see the finished masterpiece!

  9. Merri says:

    Ouch Marina, could you not bake a polymer clay handle around that needle? So beautifully intricate, I can’t wait to see the finished doll!

  10. Crystal says:

    That is so beautiful! Wow, you’ve really dug in, there are some very recessed areas! But it’s utterly gorgeous, and I can’t wait to see the finished product! I wonder about the tool you use? A stylus of some sort? What ever it is, it works great!

  11. Irine says:

    The tattoo looks wonderful.

    The torso looks slightly bigger than your dolls. Is she will be a new size doll?

  12. Leah says:

    The flowers and patterns remind me slightly of Alphonse Mucha, it’s lovely!

  13. sarah e says:

    So pretty. I love when you post in-progress photos… very inspiring and intriguing…

  14. Francine Gomes says:

    Sou apaixonada pelo seu trabalho

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