In my latest video, I show you a method for making art doll hair with fabric. You can use most lightweight fabrics, but if you want to convey a realist hair look with your art doll, it's best to use a fabric with a sheen, a silk blend or sateen would do nicely. And bonus points if you keep on the look-out for cheap remnants or sales on natural or unnatural, if you're feeling adventurous, hair colors.
Watch Part 6 in the St. George & the Dragon Piece | FABRIC ART DOLL HAIR ⚔🐉:
Once you have the fabric you're going to work with, it's just a matter of playing around with arranging folds and creases on the head to give a look that emulates hair, putting a strong adhesive on the head (I tend to use a two part epoxy resin and some Fabri-Tac where needed), and then just sewing up the various seams that were created.
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