Imagine my delight when I discovered via Bonnie Burton that I had inspired someone with my Salacious Crumb doll.
Check out the result here!
Following that, I watched the video profile of Bonnie by Craftzine.com (watch it here) and in it she mentioned that she loves receiving crafty gifts.
Well, seeing as she has been kind enough to feature my handiwork on the Official Blog, and knowing that she would be at WonderCon, I decided to make a little something for her.
This won't be my usual step by step guide, as it was rather more spontaneous than usual, but hopefully you'll get an idea of my thought processes (if there are any).
My initial plan was to make a pencil topper, thinking that a Kaminoan was the perfect build for such a thin object. I drew a rough plan.
However, as I started to cut out pieces (approximating again, I'm so naughty), I got carried away, and Taun We developed into into a full-fledged doll.
Here are the pieces before assembly.
Basically, I started with the head and worked my way down, sewing panels together and then to each other, and stuffing the head, neck and upper torso with polyfil.
I made the two legs and attached them, hiding the seams with a belt, and filled them with acrylic beads for weight. I then sewed some joints into her knees.
The detailing was painted on using acrylic paint - black and silver, and by cutting out small details from gray felt.
When Taun We was finished, I made a label to attach to her, and utilized the initial sketch I had made.
And so here is the final cloner!
Bonnie sent me some cool pictures of Taun We, one shows her helping out at the 'You Can Draw Star Wars' panel at WonderCon
and one shows Taun We in a meditative moment. Probably thinking about all the poor clones she has sent out to serve the Republic.
Thanks for dropping by!
Photo credits: Last two - Bonnie Burton, all the rest - me.
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