In an attempt to make Beth even shorter, I took some feet from a [really cheap] 1:24 scale model railroad figure that I had lying around.
Continue reading Beth’s bilateral foot transplant
My long-awaited Takara Microsister Fyana arrived today! I plan for her to be the protagonist of Isabel’s doll photostories, a comic series of adventures called Beth [Takara Microsister Fyana] and Death [Rement Pose Skeleton]. I immediately busted Beth out of her box to compare her to my other Takara Microlady, as well as Death.
Continue reading Beth: my smallest body mod to date
Isabel and Carter discuss their relationship in light of Isabel’s eyeball loss.Continue reading Zombieville Chapter 4.4: “Twins”
I just sprang for a Takara Microsister Fyana [previously lusted over] for a cool $65.00 including s/h. Given that this mini-minifig goes for $100.00 including s/h on Ebay, I consider mine an awesome score. To add to the satisfaction, after I purchased her online at that price, she appeared as sold out at the vendor, which means I got the last one.
Anyway, I have exciting plans for this doll. I have decided that Isabel does photostories of dolls too and that hers center on the comedic relationship between Beth, played by the Microsister, and Death, played by one of my Rement Pose Skeletons. Yes, her series is called Beth & Death. Yes, it’s going to be a blast, an enjoyable change from the rather dramatic Zombieville main plot.
Incidentally, I heard from my supplier of the Pose Skeletons that Rement is coming out with a second accessory pack for them. I particularly like the bicycle set [comes with bicycle pump, but no helmet], the office set [laptop, smart phone, tie, office chair] and the kitchen [counter, burner, fish, knife, cutting board]. I’m seriously contemplating getting the bike…
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Isabel’s brother Carter takes her to the emergency room for motives altruistic and ulterior.
Continue reading Zombieville Chapter 4.3: “Levels of Sarcasm”
Here we have another attempt at The Smirk, which came about primarily to showcase my latest acquisition, Nuances of Perfection Eyelashes morphs and textures by AlFan and smay. I have no idea why this product is entitled that way, as it is the absolute opposite of nuanced. Since I’ve been looking for exaggerated and extended eyelashes for my digital dolls for some time, I’m very pleased.
I tried to put Jareth all in black, but I failed because he strenuously resists monochrome. We compromised on a black and white scheme, mostly because I didn’t want to take all the time to do a shades-of-black makeup scheme, which takes longer than you think it would….
The 1980s called. They want fashion tips. :p
Continue reading Smirk II — now with super extra double enhanced eyelashes!
Yet another attempt at The Smirk, a more subtle version this time.
Continue reading Jareth smirking
Isabel’s brother Carter doesn’t think much of Isabel’s "emergency."
Continue reading Zombieville Chapter 4.2: “Isabel’s Brother”
Apparently Vermont Teddy Bear had a 50 Shades of Bear teddy bear that, with its suit, mask and handcuffs, was clearly inspired by the character Christian "50 Shades of Abusive" Grey in the 50 Shades series. Media consensus agreed with Cosmo that it was "quietly unsettling," and yet the item sold out, though it disappeared from the site after Valentine’s because apparently it was not an officially licensed 50 Shades thing. Whoops.
P.S. Why were the bear’s eyes blue? What’s-‘is-face has grey eyes.
P.P.S. Did it come with an Ana doll that tripped over its own feet and had a voice box to say, "Wow!" and "Double crap!"? No? Okay, then I’m not interested. :p
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Isabel, who has lost an eyeball, tries to get her brother on the phone.
Continue reading Zombieville Chapter 4.1: “Calling Carter”