I spent much of yesterday and more time this morning, working on a faceup for a friend of mine in California. The facemould to start with has been a bit of a challenge as it I feel it looks neither one gender or the other, although it is supposed to be a little girl. Because I wanted her to look more girly, it has taken me a while to start on her and to really know what colours to use. I didn't really want to use anything too strong, after all, this is a 'child' doll, but I though too neutral would make her look too boyish.
So finally I thought I'd got it right and gave her a final coat of MSC (Mr Super Clear flat) sealant before adding the varnish and then later the eyelashes. Then just as I was adding some tiny freckles so I noticed a little speck of dust on her face which I touched with my finger, only for a big patch of MSC to come away from the face!! It brought with it the layers of blush from underneath and now I have had to remove the whole lot and will be starting over again tomorrow.
Arrrrgggggh! All that work wasted! I can only think that the MSC was a bit cold as although I shook it really well, it had been standing in the shade in the garden. I even tested it before spraying and thought it was fine, but obviously not!
Oh well, tomorrow is another day!!
Gutted was a very polite way to describe how you were feeling when you touched her face with your finger Sharon :) Sorry you have had to start again, bad enough when it is for yourself but when it belongs to someone else it is even more of a disaster!ReplyDelete
LOL, yes VERY polite!!! And you're right, when it's someone else's doll it's even more scary!!Delete
I understand how you feel. So frustrating! I'm sending you some big hugs!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much Lene. Thankfully she is now all done and ready to go home! Yeaah!Delete
Oh no! That sounds awful! :(ReplyDelete
It was but thankfully all is now well!Delete