Wow, I love your photos! I agree, she looks totally different (better!) than in the website pictures. I think he'd blushing looks a LOT better in your pictures.
I'm not sure about the Shell material, but at least with porcelain you can't hurt the doll with unsueded joints, but it does make an awful sound! Her elbows look snugly designed, as they should be. So you will need very thin leather or something else that doesn't displace the joints.
She is just fantastic. Great colors, and so poseable! Congrats! <3
Post by sunshinegirl on Nov 3, 2016 23:57:56 GMT -8
Thank you so much! I did end up using clay so that I could get a very thin layer and it worked perfectly.
Yeah as for the pictures, I like artistic photo shoots as much as the next person, but spending this much money on a product... Clear crisp pictures of what you are getting would be nice. I took a gamble and thankfully she looks very beautiful in person I absolutely love the subtle blushing. She looks like an ice princess
You're very lucky to have her as your first porcelain doll. And you're right! she does look like an ice queen when you see her in person - probably the result of the colour scheme Eli has used for her.
Gongrats! She is more beautiful than in the promo photos! I have three resin Angel Egg dolls and I love them, such delicate girls. I was wondering about that kind of torso joint; does it allow lot of movement?