Dea Vivente by Anya Kozlova Sept 27, 2014 18:19:00 GMT -8
Post by allurose on Sept 27, 2014 18:19:00 GMT -8
Dea Vivente Dolls
These creations are not toys and oriented for collectors, visual art professionals (painters, photographers, fashion designers) and on the whole, for people who love art and beauty. Dolls can be played with due to their lovely ability to pose, nevertheless they require a quite delicate handling, since porcelain, despite being a very durable material that can exist for centuries, is fragile to beats (and can crack when dropped on a sturdy surface).
Dolls' fully articulated bodies consist of 20 parts and 18 ball-joints.
Face-painting and body blushing are done with overglaze paints. Each layer of paints is fixed with firing in a kiln and will not wear off or fade with time.
Removable wigs are made of fine natural hair.
The dolls are assembled with elastic cord.
Joints are lined with natural leather for a softer body parts movements & better fixing of poses.
Dea Vivente's dolls are of limited editions, that makes them unique and rare exemplars of doll art. "
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Dea Vivente Dolls are 14" tall, double jointed, and strung with elastic. The body style is curvy and full, which is nearly unique in the world of BJDs. The doll's facial features are serene and classically beautiful. They are painted with great attention to detail. Many hair color choices are available, and the doll's paint can also be customized. Each doll comes with a deluxe box.
Vilena red (01) by Kaa-Annaku, on Flickr
"TEMPTATION" by Kaa-Annaku, on Flickr
High heel feet_02 by Kaa-Annaku, on Flickr
DV Hair colour & type chart by Kaa-Annaku, on Flickr
Box_01 by Kaa-Annaku, on Flickr
"Ethereal"_01 by Kaa-Annaku, on Flickr
_MG_0445_s by Kaa-Annaku, on Flickr