Wednesday, 23 July 2014

What's on My Workdesk Wednesday 268? A Dressform

Hello fellow Desker from Julia's place over at Stamping Ground.

Today I am showing you the partially finished life size Dressform that I am busy with for this ongoing project.

I am also entering her into Linda's CC3 challenge as it is page 46 called Painted Industrial.  Hopefully I will have her finished in time.  I still have to do her clothes on her left hand side and her back.  Her "skin" is done.

So this is me for this week, now I am off to see what you have put up for perusal in your creative space.




29 comments:

  1. Outstanding! I can figure out the metal and the zip- what have you used for the leather look and can you please make me a waistcoat next?

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  2. FABULOUS , love , love ,love it . you must be really pleased . Happy woyww Jill #16

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  3. wow how amazing is that Bella.. what do you do with them after you have finished?? use it for a clothes draping spot?? sorry, My practical mind just wonders, that is all :D ! happy WOYWW :D Shaz in Oz.x #8

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  4. Oh wow Belinda,.. that's amazing, gosh a huge work of art..will be wanting to see her when she's finished. Happy WOYWW and have a great week RobynO#22

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  5. having seen sneak peaks of this before on twitter, gave me an idea of what to expect - but wow!!! it's stunning. Helen 6

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  6. Amazing ... What a labour of love!
    Jackie 24

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  7. Wow, wow, wow...that is astonishing! I absolutely adore it, it must have taken you ages and ages to do! You are very talented!!
    Hugs, LLJ 12 xx

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  8. My goodness, Belinda. No wonder you needed so many cogs and shapes on your desk last week! She's quite a gal, isn't she? Well done.
    Thanks for visiting - sorry you have trouble with the font - I have tried altering it all, but I only have a very small option on fonts with webeden - and this seemed to be the best. I'll see what I can do... bear with me if you can, as life is just a tad hectic at the moment!
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #10

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  9. Well, there's nothing like a small project to work on! it's HUGE. How weren't you intimidated at the start? How marvellous it looks..I think you need to get it some major exposure...send it to all the companies who's products you use..for sure. Bossy aren't I!
    And thanks - saw your comment about WOYWW rules elsewhere, it helps!

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  10. This is just amazing! Quite a project but it is turning out so beautiful!
    Glenda #49

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  11. WOW! she is going to be gorgeous. Can't wait to see her finished. WHat are you going to do with her when she is done? Where did you get her from.....

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  12. Wow that is a huge and gorgeous project
    Bridget #3

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  13. What a fantastic project! Love it! Well done!

    Bishopsmate #268

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  14. OMG this is amazing!! The detail is staggering. Can't wait for the 360 photo view. Cx #60

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  15. Amazing! Looking forward to seeing her complete.

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  16. What a huge project but what a fantastic one. I bet you get immense satisfaction from finishing it and hope you get zillions of compliments. You deserve them, it is wonderful.
    Hugs, Neet xx14

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  17. Wow that is amazing and love all the steampunk feeling to it & and I would love to have a cleaning lady at the moment it would be soooo amazing you lucky girl
    hugs Nikki 2

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  18. Hi Bella wow that's a job isn't it .... Great skin! Can't wait to see what you do for her clothes
    Janet @13

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  19. WoW!!!!!! And I'm having issues working on a card for the challenge!! Looks fantastic...can't wait to see her finished. Have a great week.
    -K #72

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  20. Wow! need I say more!.
    thanks for your prayers.
    Robyn 4

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  21. Gorgeous Bella, look forward to seeing it completed.
    Happy crafting and have a great week, Angela x #44

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  22. Wow Bella that is awesome, I love steampunk. I too can't wait to see it finished. Hugs Lottie #75

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  23. OH......MY......GOSH!!! I can't wait to see it!

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  24. Wow she is absolutely stunning and I agree with Julia send pics to those suppliers your work is outstanding.
    Sandra de @1

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  25. Thanks for the tip on the foil! That is a great way for testing...
    I usually have a few boxes around..I forget I have it until I put it next to the other unopened box in the pantry..wow...I guess my hoarding doesn't just happen for crafts!

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  26. I know that if I were to be faced by something that huge to work with, I would have a major league panic attack - what a fabulous piece of work. xx Maggie #80

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  27. Hi Bella,

    Holy moly! This is amazing! Are you using aluminum foil? Please share the finished project with us!

    Happy belated WOYWW
    Peace, Kay (65)

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  28. Belinda...thank you for your lovely comment. It means a lot coming from YOU as I am such a fan of your work. Your creativity is simply AMAZING! Your latest piece...the steampunk dress form that you have created for the CC3C challenge is jaw dropping. I mean, it is SUPER SUPER creative and gorgeous beyond words. Truly....you are such a talent! <3 Candy

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  29. Thank you Belinda for your lovely comment. Congratulations on your win for this simply breathtaking project. It is absolutely fantastic. I love the addition of the zips buckles and lacing . It just looks like it should be worn! I think you might have to try making something like this into a wearable garment , so cool ! Xxx

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