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I'm going to show you how I made a boy Mini Dollfie Dream body using Obitsu torso parts! Required parts: Volks MDD body in Semi-White Parabox/Obitsu 45cm male torso shell (upper and lower soft vinyl parts) in White Process: Remove the arms and legs from the MDD body. Detach the MDD upper torso skeleton part from the lower torso skeleton part. Remove the lower torso skeleton part through one of the leg holes in the vinyl MDD shell. Cut out a 2cm deep wedge on each side of the Obitsu male lower torso shell. Slide the MDD lower torso skeleton into the Obitsu shell from the top opening. The Obitsu/Parabox shell is really soft and flexible. Although the male upper body is wider than the MDD, it can be squished to allow the arms to sit securely in the sockets. The neck has a better range of movement, too! If you want to use an Obitsu/Parabox head on the MDD skeleton, make a stopper from EVA (craft) foam and slip it on the neck peg. Now you have a boy 45cm vinyl fashion doll! He will fit in regular MSD size clothing, and can use the 45cm stain-prevention bodysuit from Parabox.
Hey there! I posted last week about my first faceup. Lovely friend gave me some tips on a smooth paint job so I tried again today! Heres the finished product of my head for my doll Bon: Hoping her wig arrives this week! Also hoping to order her body end of this week.
So I've started my first ever additive mod on two heads and this is what I have so far. Eiji is 1 of 2 heads which this as ou can see is getting one eye closed. I also have my Izzy (Sq-Lab Tashibana) who is having some pointed ears added. hers need some more work so I may rework what I have with sanding. let me know thoughts on how i have done