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Rochelle Goyle Repaint Process by periwinkleimp Rochelle Goyle Repaint Process by periwinkleimp
You asked, and I painstakingly took pictures to show it! I hope it's clear enough. I made this since I'm still constantly learning new techniques myself and the best way to understand what you're doing more is to teach others. =)

Part 1: [link]

Part 2: [link]

Feel free to ask questions, give me advice, tips and whatnot! I'm always happy to hear if there's any way I can improve my craft.

If this was helpful to you, please consider donating some monies to me through paypal. There will be other dolls used as subjects in the future!
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:iconhubbagum12:
how do you get the factory paint off she is so beautiful!!!!
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periwinkleimp Apr 20, 2013  Professional General Artist
Please follow the link. The factory paint removal is covered in the tutorial using 100% acetone. =)

Thank you!
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DemonicFruitLoop Feb 16, 2013  Student General Artist
I love her eyes! They're gorgeous!
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Corupted-Data Sep 15, 2012  Professional General Artist
It says the tutorial isnt found?
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periwinkleimp Sep 15, 2012  Professional General Artist
Sorry! I updated the permalinks. This link should work now.
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Corupted-Data Sep 15, 2012  Professional General Artist
whoot thanks! ^^
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:iconfiindeelmuundo:
Incredible *O*
well done!
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Dirtibrae Jul 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
She's so adorable. Great work.
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HotaruThodt Jul 23, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I just read this tutorial and I have a question: Do the pencils have to be watercolour or will say, regular Prismacolours suffice? I have a 48 set (plus two greys) of Prismacolours I have yet to use. ^.^;
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periwinkleimp Jul 23, 2012  Professional General Artist
Yes, they do have to be watercolor. The reason is that the watercolor is more chalky/pastel in consistency compared to regular pencils.

The regular pencils *sort of* work but you'll have to do more layers since they don't rub on to the surface as well as watercolor. If you plan to use them on an acrylic painted surface, you might be able to make that work too.
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