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By cattyal  
I've not had much opportunity to get the camera out since I came back from Edinburgh but did manage to take a few test shots of my new model today. A doddle to work with and takes instruction very well even if she isn't very flexible Smile

One day I shall get an outfit made for her - when though is the question!

Tags: General Digitally manipulated Doll Brunette Barbie

Voters: KBan, looboss, JennB and 14 more

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JennB 10 60 1 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2007 9:21PM
She very pretty, lol. Good lighting too!
Jenn x

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ianfry 10 4
22 Sep 2007 10:03PM
love the humour... we need more of this on here!! votes for the photograph too!
DolphinLady 11 54 1 Wales
22 Sep 2007 10:15PM
That's the best kind of model Alison...they don't answer you back.
A great capture.
Love that hair.
Hilary Smile
katem 11
22 Sep 2007 11:21PM
do hope that Woody is not jealous Smile
23 Sep 2007 2:41AM
like your humour..... lol.

Dee Smile
kcranmer 10 22 United States
23 Sep 2007 3:23AM about perfection...LOL, love the idea! *click*
KarenFB Plus
11 4.9k 171 England
23 Sep 2007 6:24AM
I know this was probably a tongue in cheek shot, but the lighting has made this shot something special!
Grim1 10 49 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2007 9:06AM
Great shot and lighting - what a great idea for lighting practise. I'll try that next time the kids refuse.
janehewitt 14 215 1 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2007 11:58AM
A girlfriend for Woody? Weird shot but it worls Jane
cattyal Plus
12 8.2k 6 England
23 Sep 2007 12:27PM
Hello everyone and thank you all Smile

I've never looked closely at these Barbie dolls before and it's absolutely incedible the amount of styles, models and prices out there! I've got a blonde and brunette now and hopefully will come up with some ideas for them both.

Woody will be fine - he's a very amenable kind of chap and is always happy to welcome newcomers. I shall hopefully be setting up a proper little photo studio over the next few weeks where all my kit can be out on a permanent basis and then he and all the rest of his pals can come out to play again.

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