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tcfolk TC Folk Originals
Tempe, AZ
Posts: 1,553

I've been working on this little guy for quite some time.  I've printed every tutorial from Joanne Livingston's website on how to make "loc-line" spine and armatures.  So here is Scrap - he is adopted - with his locline spine and armatures.  He has and open and close mouth - another first! He is about 8" tall and he only sets.  Looking forward to making another - hopefully it will go a little faster and smoother!!!!  Thanks to Joanne for sharing.  This was a lot of fun!!!!
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Francesca KALEideaSCOPE
Posts: 1,306

Lovely lovely doggie! bear_wub
I also owe my wired critters to Joanne's tutorials, we should send her a christmas present for her generous sharing! bear_grin  bear_grin

Little Nan Posts: 233

He really is a little stunner , well done !
He looks just like my dog !
Nan x

tcfolk TC Folk Originals
Tempe, AZ
Posts: 1,553

Thank you Pink and Nan!  Francy, Isn't Joanne amazing that she shares so much!   bear_flower

WaizeBear Fuerstenfeldbruck
Posts: 64

A fine dog and a great work you made.

Fairybear Wagga Wagga
Posts: 346

Wow, great job.

Kimblebee KimbleBee Bears
Posts: 58

he is so adorable, and he looks like he could just spring to life at any moment.

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