Doll in the Attic by lacitrouille

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This doll has been languishing forgotten in the attic of an old house, her owner long gone. Her only company has been the gift box that she came in, and a stray cat…Please, bring her to a home where she’ll be displayed and cherished again…

I started with a rough pencil sketch, uploaded it in Photoshop, and with my Wacom tablet, used different brushes and tools, and patterns from a fractal of mine. The texture on the wall comes from ghostbones textures and for the cat, I used a stock image in aka-hinoiri gallery on DA and for his fur, I used nagel brushes series 36

Thank you for the views and favourites. :)

Others from this series

Part II of the story


attic, cat, doll, dress, gift box, lacitrouille, room, shoes, victorian, window

I have a deep passion for colour and a need to express my inner joy through visual creations, paintings, drawings and fractals. I’ve been creating since I was a child, and if I manage to induce smiles and pleasure through my work, then my mission is accomplished. Happy viewing!

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  • Danica Radman
    Danica Radmanover 4 years ago

    wonderful work

  • Thank you very much Danica. :)

    – lacitrouille

  • zooreka
    zoorekaover 4 years ago

    This is Great Josette… More please…

  • Thanks a lot my friend. There’s more coming, as I feel very inspired!

    – lacitrouille

  • LjMaxx
    LjMaxxover 4 years ago

    Charming work L. Like this very much~

  • I’m glad that you like it. Thank you. :)

    – lacitrouille

  • Deborah  Benoit
    Deborah Benoitover 4 years ago

    Great work!!

  • Thank you Deborah. :)

    – lacitrouille

  • Anna Shaw
    Anna Shawover 4 years ago

    I love it – she has such a cheeky look – fabulous work my friend.

  • Thanks a lot Anna. I like it when I manage to create an expression like this. :)

    – lacitrouille

  • Dorothy Venter
    Dorothy Venterover 4 years ago

    So glad she has a window to see the sky. Lovely image.

  • You’re right, at least she has that window. Thank you very much Dorothy. :)

    – lacitrouille

  • Jan Pudney
    Jan Pudneyover 4 years ago

    Another delight. I love the naive quality about these pieces.

  • Thank you very much Jan. :)

    – lacitrouille

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 4 years ago

    Every one of these is so lovely and sweet. Excellent creation.

  • Thank you so much dear Bunny for your fantastic support. :)

    – lacitrouille

  • ZazaLogik
    ZazaLogikover 4 years ago

    A wonderful fantasy.

  • ZazaLogik
    ZazaLogikover 4 years ago

    And a little scary.

  • Thanks a lot. A bit of scare adds spice. :)

    – lacitrouille

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