the lighting and texture are beautiful – but it’s a little creepy. i’ve always been afraid of dolls…
I read that fear of dolls (pediophobia) is widespread. Something to do with their facial expressions being difficult to read/ambiguos. Makes me think how horrible it must be for those folk with Autism who have difficulty reading other people’s faces.
As for me, I am totally fascinated with dolls, figurines, mannequins that approximate humans. And the stranger the better. 🙂
And the rolling pin will be great for getting to te front of slow moving queues!
Shaun! She’s a peaceable type. The rolling pin is for making heart-shaped biscuits. 🙂
She must be very pleased with her swag. Like me after a day at Vinnies
Yes, indeedy! Even her basket came from an op-shop. Come to think of it, she herself probably did too but I’ve had her so long I don’t remember.
No, wait! The ancient, rusty cogs have turned and I think I found her in a garbage bin! I like a bit of scavenging!
One of the things I particularly like about this is how at first it seems like your subject is human… that hand, really, is the only clue/element that points to something being ‘different’ than that (for me, anyway). I love that, S.E!
Thanks, Robert; that’s really interesting to me, I never would have seen that myself. 🙂
Very TWZ-tv episode. I may have to write it now, just to get that intro out of my head. 🙂
Oooh! Do it Joseph and I’ll add it to my post if you like. I know you’d invent something interesting. 😀
And/or you can take the photo to your site and add your story. 😀
I’m getting all excited thinking about what else you might find in her shopping bag!
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