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Forgotten Doll No. 2 - 1 by wingdthing Forgotten Doll No. 2 - 1 by wingdthing
New sculpt for the week of July 15 2009. One of a kind polymer clay sculpture by Nicole West.

This is the second in the series of Forgotten Dolls. I've found that it is rather cathartic to take something perfect and pretty and then dirty it up. Highly recommended fun.

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biebeltje Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2014
so awesome..
LoriGarnerArt Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012
Such a wonderful concept. Love it!
Stgoth Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
:O oh my god i love it <3
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wingdthing Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much. I appreciate the opportunity to have new people introduced to my art. ;)
Future-Art-Magazine Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2009
most welcome :) :aww:
bellamuesette Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Well, I don't think I will be forgetting this doll anytime soon! The previous owner of the doll definently made a mistake by leaving her in the attic to get all dusty like this.

In a weird way, this doll's situation reminds me of Jessie from Toy Story 2, when she was talking about how much her owner loved her as a young child, but then it all faded away as she grew up. Then Jessie was left in a box in the middle of a road with the rest of the posters and objects that glorified her.

Those eyes look as though they have lost all hope of being recovered, except for one little glimmer of hope that she would be hugged tight again. It also hints that she was trudging along the attic floor for awhile, contemplating her abandonment, and finally flopped on her backside and started crying. Even more so, it seems that she was knocked backward from the force she exerted in trying to pick up her key from the floor.
All of your artwork is very inspiring, and I definently think that I will NEVER stop loving your sculptures! :tighthug:
wingdthing Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much for taking the time to write down what this piece made you feel and think. I love to hear what other people see when they view my art. It is a wonderful journey and I thank you for taking me along. ;)
bellamuesette Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Such wonderous and meticulous details deserve a thorough observation, my dear! Your work almost makes me want to start working with polymer clay, in hopes that I could ever match your talent someday! Sadly, all I do at the moment is draw....I am about to dab into photoshop, though! Alas, not much time is spared for my 16 year old self....
wingdthing Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you. Well I used to draw and paint but decided I liked the three dimensional world of clay more. Can't hurt to pick it up and play.
Oooo, you are brave taking on Photoshop. I plan to do that myself but haven't worked up the courage. ;)
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