While I'm making the books for this set I will also be making a few sets in smaller sizes for 16" 1:4 scale dolls, as well as 9-12" 1:6th scale dolls like Barbie and Monster High too.
I actually managed to get a couple of my Monster High girls outside for an impromptu photo shoot earlier in the week. I started a group on Flickr back in January to help myself and other MH fans to take more pictures. There are some amazing photographers in this group. Monster High Weekly Photographs Group Although I am a bit ashamed to say that I've fallen WAY behind in my own group.
But last week's theme was FAMILY... so I gathered my DeNile sisters and took them outside. On the left is Cleo, the middle sister. In the middle is Layla, the baby of the DeNile family. (This is actually a standard Cleo head that I have transplanted onto a shorter Howleen Wolf body. =D) And on the right is my personal favorite DeNile sister: Nefera!
Turns out I was right! Lena needed something to drink with her cookies since the milk is still behind the cabinet. LOL I made several different varieties of wine/juice and tea and I will be listing them in my shop next week.
I do still have some empty glasses as well, so I can make custom drinks as well!
Here is just another shot from a different angle.
I was playing around with some of the extra pics I took, and got this great shot of Lena's eyelashes. That was the last thing she needed to be complete. I found a box of fake eyelashes I bought several years ago after Halloween...I'm not even sure why I bought them, but I'm glad I did. It's very hard to see in the pictures but there are actually small clusters of blue and purple lashes too!
I decided to swap her back to her turquoise 'contacts' for a while, because the color is just so vivid! The only thing I dislike about them is that they have a very high and pointy clear layer over the iris, which can sometimes look odd in pictures. I would like to try and find her a pair of glass ones that have this same vividness. Although I am tempted to play around with these and file them smooth and give them a new lightly rounded coat of resin instead. Because if that works, then I will keep them and not have to spend any more money.