Saturday, June 27, 2009

Keya


I had been saving the single peacock feather in my bead-box forever, and wanted to make the doll that would hold it in her hands. Keya's dress and ornaments are inspired by the jewel tones picked from the peacock feather, which was later turned into a fan with tiny beads creating the handle. Keya will be leaving for Zambia in July as a gift to a friend ...

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5 comments:

Sans said...

Oh, your lucky lucky friend! Her costume is stunning, Sumaiya! I am so thrilled to see a new doll from you, you can't believe how quickly I click through to your post!

Sumaiya, you must make more! So this one is an African princess? GORGEOUS! GORGEOUS! GORGEOUS!

Did you sculpt her from scratch? Is she fixed in this pose?

Sumaiya Mehreen said...

:D I think of her more as an Indian dancer...with her henna tattoo and all :)

The friend who is getting the doll is a Bangladeshi lady living in Zambia :)

Sumaiya Mehreen said...

Oh...and she is from scratch and her pose is fixed :)

dora said...

Le ha quedado una muñeca, fantastica.Felicidades.

Lilly Falcão said...

AMAZING!!! :)) Tatoos at this size? I can't believe...;P Congratulations, dear!