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Step 12
Click on your fill (background) and change it from pattern to Solid, change your color to white.
Click on preset shapes, leave the setting at rounded rectangle. Draw your rectangle, grab ahold of the middle second node on the graphic and turn it.

Now click on the Object Selector, and then, your graphic. Begin to shape your apron, adding nodes where needed.
When you are satisfied with your shape then, go to Layers/Convert to Raster Layer.
Go to Selections/Select All/Float, then Effects/3D Effects/Cutout.
Use these settings:
Vertical and Horizontal: 0, Opacity: 80, Blur: 30, and your shadow color set to #C0C0C0
Now go to Effects/Noise/Add, set it to 4, and check uniform.
Here's what we have so far.

Selections/Select None.
Go to your hand layer. Click on it, then, go to Edit/Copy, then, Edit/Paste as new layer. Click on your layer palette and drag this layer below the arm of the doll that you are working on at present, and then, move it into position. You may even want to turn the hand slightly. If so, go to: Image/Rotate. Set it to: Left/Free and 10.
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Step 13
Change your background (fill) to black. Click on your preset tools, then, go to the tool options and set it to elipse. Make sure that your stroke (foreground) is set to null. Click on layer 1, and then, draw your shoe. Grab ahold of the middle second node and turn the shoe slightly. Add a few more nodes and shape your shoe.
*SAVE*
Go to Layers/Convert to Raster Layer.
Go to Selections/Select All/Float, then Effects/3D Effects/Inner Bevel.
Use Round preset, but, change the angle to 81:

Selections/Select None.
Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as new layer... then, go to Image/Rotate, set it at Left and 20. Then, position your shoes where you want them to be.

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Step 14
Go back to your Layer palette and click on your first doll head.
Add a new layer. Layers/Raster Layer... name this layer face1.
Click on your selection tool, then, go to your tool options and set it at circle.
Draw your circle and then, flood fill with your cheek color, or use mine, #FC8080.
Selections/Select None.
Effects/Blur/Gaussian blur. Set it to 6.
Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as new layer. Move your second cheek into position.
One more time, Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste and move this cheek onto the second face.

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Step 15
Go to your Layer Palette, Click back on your face 1, Add a new layer, Layers/Add Raster Layer, name it details.
Change your stroke (foreground)to #DA0606. Set your fill to null.
Click on your Draw tool, click on the tool options and set it at 2 and Freehand.
Draw your mouth. Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as New Layer. Then, go to: Image/Mirror and move your second mouth to the second doll.

Add a New Layer. Layers/New Raster Layer.
Change your stroke (foreground) to #6195C5.
Click on your Selection tool, it should still be set at circle.
Draw a circle for the eye.
Flood fill your circle.
Now go to Selections/Select All, then, Selections/Float.
Effects/3D Effects/Inner Bevel. Use these settings.
Preset... bottom row, third setting. Width: 3, Smoothness: 16, Depth: 2, Ambience: 0, Shininess: 0, Angle: 315, Intensity: 50, Elevation: 30.

Selections/Select None.
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Step 15
Click on your Magnifying tool, and click on your graphic a couple of times to enlarge it.
Now, set your stroke (foreground) to black.
Click on your paint brush, then, go to tool options and set it to: Round, Size 2, hardness: 100, Opacity: 100, Step: 25, and Density: 100.

Draw four dots.
Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as New Layer.
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Add a New Layer. Layers/New Raster Layer.
Change your stroke (foreground) to #A1A492.
Click on your Selection tool, it should still be set at circle.
Draw a circle for the eye.
Flood fill your circle.
Now go to Selections/Select All, then, Selections/Float.
Effects/3D Effects/Inner Bevel.
Change your stroke back to black.
Click on your Paintbrush tool again.
Paint four small dots on the eye.

Add a New Layer. Layers/New Raster Layer. Name it hair.
Move this layer below the first doll head.
Change your stroke (foreground) to whatever color you want for the hair, I am using # C00000, for the first head, and #800000, for the second head.
Click on your Draw tool, click on the tool options and change it to Single Line, size 3.
Now, draw hair on the first head, when you are finished, change your stroke to your second color.
Add a New Layer. Layers/New Raster Layer. Name it Second dollhair.
Make sure that you move this layer below the second doll head.
Now, draw the hair on the second doll.
Your are done...
Add any additional touches and then,
*SAVE*

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