Redemption for the Jilted Bride

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Please enjoy the images I took today of Amour – and learn how this bridal ensemble was made -click here. I am happy to announce that this ensemble is now sold – and thank you to all that inquired – including a wonderful shout out to Dave DeCaro and his Gene Marshall Blog for helping to broaden my reach – I thank you for that, Dave!!!

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Amour Bridal Ensemble by Tommydoll to fit JAMIEshow’s Gene Marshall by Mel Odom


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Amour Bridal Ensemble by Tommydoll to fit JAMIEshow’s Gene Marshall by Mel Odom

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And Miss Marshall would like to extend a personal invitation to one new Tommydoll Blacklist member…welcome to the jungle, Pudding…get some therapy while you wait for new members to join you…

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20 thoughts on “Redemption for the Jilted Bride

  1. The more I look at this dress the more I love it. It sold super fast, now that’s the sweet taste of revenge!
    Great pictures Tommy and yes, I would need one of those hands for my 1/6 girls, just in case….LOL

  2. Thank you for your spin on the industry which we all love so much. Your blog always lifts my day and I look forward to your fresh and entertaining comments. I happen to own the same finger as shown but alas it is not in the 1/6,1/4, or 1/3 size range. Keep up the cynicism, Karen

  3. ….Without a doubt, it was going to sell!

    Sadly, that client was one of those idiots who didn’t know what they wanted but did know what they didn’t want. As a former illustrator, I can’t tell you the number of times I was stiffed–even by major companies where art directors didn’t know what they wanted, let me guess and guess, then rejected the drawing. (It happens in most creative fields.) If I were you, I wouldn’t stop accepting commissions, but rather, insist that the client either clearly and precisely (with pictures & specs) explain exactly what they want or give you carte blanche, agreeing to pay you in full no matter the outcome, once you have hit that 3/4 mark in the collaboration. In any case, I’m happy it all worked out in the end. Gros bisous.

      • Maybe they also ran out of money all of sudden. Happens. Possible here? People can do strange things when they overextend themselves…

        A designer needs a special thing I just invented this minute called “A-hole Insurance”…

      • I don’t think it was the money…I don’t think I will ever know the truth, but it just seemed rather deliberate to me. My reaction was probably not the most professional…but I can’t help feeling like I was had…

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