If you never see these dolls again, you'll know I flopped at repainting!
Uh-oh, she has teeth! Looks like I'll be learning that painting technique. Unfortunately, her head is pretty rigid, so I won't be able to squeeze it to get at the tooth line as easily.
In this view, it looks like I could get away with not painting her teeth, but just giving her a dark "separator" line... But the tutorial I am following says never never never paint lipstick on the teeth, so I won't.
I seem to remember that her hair was a dreadful mess, so I removed it. Now you can see an interesting feature--she has a rotating scalp! Like her 19" sister, Tiffany Taylor, she had different colored hair on opposite sides, so you could make her either blonde or brunette by twisting the top of her head.
She has a pretty, delicate sculpt--it shows up better in a monotone picture. Her arms are wiggly; they don't hold a pose but they do bend at the wrist, which allows some pretty gestures. Her legs are bendable and look exactly like a Twist n Turn Barbie's legs.
If you would like to see what Tuesday Taylor looked like WITH face paint and hair, have a look at this reference site. (The Dollhead blogspot.)