Tuesday, 19 October 2010

In the parTEA room


Hello dear blog friends! You know what? I have had a fantastic time building the new dolls' room that was used as a setting for the animation in the previous post. This very elegant room is bigger that Aliénore's bedroom. The ceiling is much higher which gives it the feeling of a "real " room. I have combined 1/12th and 1/6th scales.
Partially a tea room and also a party room, this room is called the parTEA room.
Aliénore's life has changed a little and I think it is time to take care of her education.
Let me introduce you to her new teachers.
This is Miss Fitt, drawing teacher. Not very funny lady.



On the left with short hair is Miss Turry. On the right is Mademoiselle Rochefort, who is going to teach music to Aliénore.

Miss Turry is going to teach the little doll lots of very interesting things that might help her in her future dolls' life. At the moment, she has started to give music lessons until Mademoiselle Rochefort has sorted her technical problem...


...she has no arms yet...

16 comments:

Zlatica said...

The music teacher is absolutely adorable lady!!! Even without arms... :)

Carousel Dreams said...

Wonderful! Your dolls are magical x

The Quintessential Magpie said...

LOL! You are so funny!

I love your dolls and their new room. I can't wait till Mademoiselle Rochefort has arms to see what she does with them!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Sylvie said...

Love this new room.... And new adventure .... ( ou la, la... je devrais peut-être me contenter du french...) gros bisous!

at-the-attic said...

wonderful...you are Star *

parlance said...

Mlle. Rochefort could perhaps teach singing...

She has such an exquisite face!

Thanks for your visit to my word blog. I've been very, very lazy, but I'm fine. Just not posting on that blog.

I think it's great that you are mixing 1/6th and 1/12th scales. Traditionally, that is what happened in the past. It's only modern miniaturists who get hung up about scale.

Kim said...

The teachers are so lovely Patricia- it is good for Aliénore to get an education. Now tell me why the drawing teacher is so strict? Does she not like her job? Does she have a dark past? Aliénore must teach her a bit too perhaps? Of course you know I LOVE your new room- I wish I could drink a potion to shrink down and fit inside for my own par-tea with Aliénore and the teachers ♥

Mattydolls said...

Love the parTea room!

miniacollection said...

La ParTEA room est géniale, j'aime beaucoup ta première photo. J'espère qu'Aliénore va apprécier toutes ces leçons. Les profs sont formidables, ces poupées me plaisent beaucoup surtout celle avec les cheveux longs, même si elle n'a pas encore de bras.
Bisous
Geneviève

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Abi said...

Love the room... and the armless doll.... sheer beauty :O)

Piikko said...

Nice to meet Aliénore's new teachers:)
The parTea room is lovely♥

EDEN said...

hello dollies...so very pretty are you...wish to be with you in those pretty rooms...my arms are extending towards yours..big hug and Angel Feathers!

MARLOU B. said...

Ton TeaParty est adorable!!
J'adore l'ambiance qui s'en dégage de ton blog et
je viens de t'ajouter dans me liens.
Bonne journée à toi !!!

Jojo Caramel said...

C'est magnifique et les photos sont très belles !

Griselda said...

Enchanting creatures...and yes, I liked your animation...it takes forever to make those moves!!