I didn't take photos (dopey me!) so I'll share with you an older one. This pic is of a face that I made on a cloth covered button, then used to embellish a mini purse.
This pic is the face of Master Ferryman. He was designed to sit on a string mohair turtle and he would carry a fishing rod with a snail on it. Together the piece was called, "The Hurrier I go the Behinder I get." The turtle had a weird combination of colors: purple and yellow, pink and green for starters. I didn't have any fabric that would go with it so I made my own using FME (Free Motion Embroidery). I layered small scraps of fabrics and fibers on one piece of fabric and stitched over all of it in random patterns to lock everything down. Then I cut the jacket pieces out of the new fabric. He had hand sewn leather shoes, beadwork and lots of lace as well as facial hair. A woman came to the show and only wanted my doll and not the turtle. She paid me more that I've ever made on a doll. So here is Master Ferryman.
Lastly, I want to share Heliotrope. There was an alphabet challenge with the on line doll club called, "Doll Street". I was given the letter "H". I created the letter by using the doll's arms and legs, and after dressing her in purple, called her "Heliotrope." She sold almost immediately at my next show.