It has been four weeks since I resumed Photoshop class at ABC Adult School, but I keep finding ways to put my characters in all sorts of situations. Two more examples are below.
In the first, which I completed just minutes ago, I made Belinda's dollhouse. I began by taking a picture of a dollhouse off the Internet which was already fully assembled and included a girl model. Belinda's face is superimposed above the original model, with cloning done to remove extra hair in the original model (the faces are on equal levels). Then I used another photo to select four dolls that Belinda would own - Priscilla Peterpotterpiper, Sarah Michelle MacSmelliefoote, Benjamin Jeremiah Boogerberger, and Anna Maria McBonniebreath. (Sarah and Benjamin are the married couple on the bed and Priscilla is partially obscured.) I like dollhouses, as it allows young people - especially women - to have fun while acting out their takes on life. Unfortunately, the art of dolls has been lost due to the proliferation of video games, organized sports, and other modern activities.