Fairytale Art Series Repaint – Making a Moonlight Wisp, Wings, Wig and Mods

Fairytale Art Series Repaint – Making a Moonlight Wisp, Wings, Wig and Mods

This fairytale video is brought to you
with the help of my patrons. Hi guys! Welcome to another fairytale video. I
will modify Lagoona Blue and make a Fairytale wisp. I have always imagined a wisp to be in
blue colors and that is also why I chose Lagoona. I wanted a custom hair color
and I dyed alpaca fiber in turquoise and pink. This time I wanted to try to make a glue based wig and Mozekyto’s tutorial
helped me a lot. I left the link below. I chose a stretchy
fabric with a color that fits to Lagoona and I started building the glue
layers. And I was trying to get rid of the wrinles,
so that the cap would fit perfect. Because of this I think the first coat is the most important. I was trying my best. I really enjoyed making something
different than a reroot, but next time I will use a bigger brush. I actually made a few caps until I
trimmed one the right shape. I even cut a round one like for a ball-jointed doll but I didn’t like that you could see the hair plugs, so I used one that covers
around the ears. Once it was ready,
I started gluing the weft on and I was placing them in a similar way
to a sewn wig. And I added a few extra strands for
highlights. I finished gluing the wefts
and I used my flat iron to settle the hair down and to create the part line. And I also had to cut it
because it was messy and I did a dry cut. I wanted a long hairstyle,
so I didn’t cut off too much. Before the repaint I made some
modifications. I took off her fins because they don’t fit with what I have in mind and I used epoxy to fill the gaps. I also modded her ears. I want them to look slightly like elven ones. And I filed off any imperfections. I cleaned and sealed her face and then I
started repainting. I want her to have adreamy and calm expression
and I drew her eyes halfway closed. I wasn’t really sure how I want her
eyebrows and I sketched them slightly. I slowly started adding details with
paints. This time I didn’t make pupils because I
want glittery eyes. I wanted the lower lashes to be long and to make them identical
it was easier to do both eyes at the same time. To make details I switch to mostly
thinned down designer gauche paints. To look more delicate
I used thined down white paint so it doesn’t stand out too much. Before sealing the face again
I used fine glitter and shimmer powders. I used gloss and glitter powder on the
lips and I did the same to make the eyes. I made a rough sketch of how I imagine
the outfit and I wrote down some ideas. I was thinking of a two-piece dress. For the top I sewed white laces
which can be tied on the back and for the bottom piece
I used feathers. I wanted the ribbon clean, without machine stitches
and I glued the feathers. And to look better I placed over a thin white lace. To match both pieces, I used crystals. I didn’t have shoes for her
and I bought a few pairs. I tried with clay too but nothing
fitted with the whole style. I was going to leave her barefoot but then I got the idea to try to make glass pumps. I used gel to make them but I didn’t record how I sculpt them because it was really difficult and I was just trying to make it work. One of my patrons had an awesome idea
if the shoes didn’t work out. To make a tattoo or tie a ribbon
but luckily my effort wasn’t for nothing. After the paint to make them shine again,
I cured the last clearcoat and I decorated them. I want her to have wings and I sketched them on a tracing paper
so that I could easily alter them. I did change them a
few times until I was happy with the look and then I just transferred the design
on the sheet of paper. I used the pattern to shape the wires and then I glued them on a colorful foil. To shape them I cut and melted the ends but something was still missing and I glued another wire piece to both. Next I carefully heated the wings with a flat iron because it covers both sides. I did this to pond the foil better and to create curves. I decorated them, so everything fits
together in the end. Since they’re slightly transparent I wanted to blend them with fine glitters. And then I glued tiny crystals and pearls. I also cured small beads to the ends of
the wires and I added feathers. And as a final detali to be more charming and cute I glued tiny stars. I used my Dremel to shape her back for
the wings and even though that it won’t visible,
once everything is on I wanted to paint something on it just to match with the white feathers
on the wings. I removed the fins on the arms and I switched the hands with a Frankie ones
that I had laying around. I made up a simple background story for her. You can check it in the description. And for this story
I made a water drop necklace. I cured a few pieces of glitter,
different crystals and pearls in it. I wanted something like an elven
hairstyle. and I merged two braids in a half ring
that connects in a single long braid. And I curled the hair into flat curls. To finish the style I added
different sizes crystals and I tied a few strands of hair. I made an ear accessory the same way I
did with the wings and I added crystals, glitter and miniature pearls. I left the bottom wire longer
so that I can trim it later. After trying it on I wanted more
details on her cheeks to match with it. And I glued the wings on her back. It was a bit tricky since they kept turning
around while the glue is still drying so I had to be creative. I want to say thank you to my patrons
that helped me bring out this video! It wouldn’t have been possible without you guys. Thank you! And thanks for watching guys! I hope you enjoyed this video.
Leave a like if you did, subscribe and share with friends,
it helps me a lot. See you next time! Bye

100 thoughts on “Fairytale Art Series Repaint – Making a Moonlight Wisp, Wings, Wig and Mods

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  3. Fantastic work! By 0. 34 minutes of the video, do you apply hair dye or gel as colors?
    Thanks for your kind reply.


  4. can you give me more tutorial about how to make doll wings and please write the material i need to make it i hope you respon fast cuz i want to know how to make it thank you ^^

  5. How did you make this!?! It’s adorable! This is the first video that I’ve watched of you, you’re amazing!

  6. i think shes the best at doing the hair than other doll maker ;3 shes my favorite coz i think hair is a big thing in looks !!!

  7. Me ha parecido una preciosidad, esta muñeca ahora vale 10 veces su valor en a tienda, un trabajo maravilloso.

  8. Aaaaaaa~ this is so beautiful, look at those detail~ QwQ ❤️❤️ she's so talented >< 💖 and those hair~~ i love the colours so much x3
    I wondering, what paint does she use to dye that doll's wig and can it be used to dye human wigs? X3

  9. This doll os absolutelly gorgeous!! OMG i wish I has this patience.
    The only little thing I would change is that she has too much hair and it covers the wonderful dress and wings, they deserve more atention.

  10. Woooooooo me encanta denme una 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  11. I love everything about this doll, and I wish I would have found you sooner. Your voice is so calming, and the amazing detail that you did for the doll is incredable (sorry for spelling mistakes) I just cant put into words how amazing this doll is, I really cant.

  12. Hola!! me encanta la muñeca.
    me podrias decir con que material hiciste las alas? el papel ese brillante que usaste y luego planchaste para hacer el relleno de las alas??
    gracias y un saludo <3

  13. What the hell the thumbnail made me think "wow what a beautiful ball jointed doll"
    And I was blown away when this was such a delicate and beautiful MONSTER HIGH face up!

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