I have understood since a while that the key to artistic fame and fortune is to keep a style until it sticks to your name.
Your artwork must be immediately recognized as your own. Luckily I have managed this "magic formula" in my real business (art stamps) so I'm not a starving artist, but I'm definitely not good at sticking with it in doll making!!
Since dolls are my hobby, I allow myself to be as eclectic as I wish..... and I just do what I feel like doing in the moment. I haven't been able to stick to a style and type of doll for more than a month in a row!
From hard figurines to double jointed BJD's, from 12 inches dolls to 3 inches dolls...... and now from goth Morticia to........ sugary-pukey-cutey Mistydolls!!! :-D
Here they are, the 3 kitty sisters! My first porcelain dolls. The original was sculpted in Paperclay. I managed to make my first plaster molds and fire them in the kiln.
As you see I'm really taking baby steps in porcelain! These kitties are only 3 inches tall and they have movable limbs. They can sit or stand, move their arms in any way and turn their heads sideways (and a bit up and down too).
They are in 1" scale dollhouse size and as sweet as they look! ;-)