Charlotte Full Body Silicone

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Charlotte kits are sold out, however, I plan to have a few completed Charlottes available soon. Please join my mailing list to be notified when they become available!

YouTube video showing Charlotte in EcoFlex 30

YouTube video showing Charlotte in EcoFlex 20

YouTube video comparing EcoFlex 20 and 30

Features:

  • Sculpted by Emily Jameson, molded & poured by Angela Lewis
  • EcoFlex 30 or EcoFlex 20 silicone (Eco20 is slightly softer than Eco30)
  • Babies have ball jointed necks by default or the neck can be fixed in place upon request.
  • Takes a full pacifier with a little tongue inside her mouth!
  • Limited to between 15-20 dolls plus 2 artist proofs (depending on how the molds hold out)
  • 17.5" long (slightly longer if the legs were to be straightened)
  • 12" head circumference
  • Weighs 6lbs 12oz
  • Wears preemie size clothing
  • Caucasian or light AA skintone choice
  • Eye color choice (German glass eyes)
  • Optional test painting piece - $50 each

Kits:

Eyes come already cut and set. For those who buy kits of Charlotte, I am happy to direct you to silicone painting products and online tutorials so that you can learn how to paint your kit, but I cannot teach you personally. Test painting pieces are available to practice your painting skills for $50 per piece. Charlotte's arms are poured separately and then attached. I fill in the seams so that they are not visible. Of course, the silicone is strong and the arms being attached separately will not effect the integrity of the finished doll.

Completed dolls:

I will be listing a few Charlottes on Ebay as finished dolls as time permits, but for now I will not take any custom orders for finished dolls as they take alot of work and time, and I hate to keep people waiting. :) If you want a finished doll, you can join my mailing list to be notified when a finished Charlotte goes up on Ebay, or you can buy a kit and have a professional silicone painter finish your baby for you. :)

Disclaimer about silicone dolls:

Silicone dolls are unique works of art. With any and all artists' silicones, there are imperfections because the dolls are handmade and not made by machines. They are not totally smooth like a reborn doll. There may be blemishes such as bumps, uneven areas, creases, etc. There can also be slight color differences between the pieces if a piece had to be re-poured. These things are quite normal for silicone, so I don't consider them flaws, especially since many of these areas will not be noticeable after the doll is painted. Please take this into consideration before purchasing a doll or kit.

 

 

 

 

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Below are pictures of the WIP OOAK baby to show what the silicone version might look like painted