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    AngelMeiru's Gallery (NO FLAMES)

    Just wondering, are dolls and crafted figures you make yourself consitered art on this site? If so, I have some pics of dolls that I made myself.

    This is a doll I made of Riza from the Japanese Square-Enix RPG video game "Treasure of the Rudras". I hope you like it.
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    wow! i wanna make dolls! thats really neat... and go ahead and post what ya want!! as long as its artistic, ya know?
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    Chibi Tina/Terra Branford doll

    A chibi (Japanese for little) doll I made of Tina/Terra Branford of Final Fantasy VI fame. Even though FFVI isn't exactly my favorite FF game of all time, but Yoshitaka Amano's artwork and designs were always wonderful to look at. This is based off Amano's Tina, since she has blond hair instead of green hair. She stands seven inches tall.

    The dolls is made of polymer clay, mohair, stiffened felt, rayon, chinese silk, red fuzz fabric and cotton.
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    Marina doll

    Here's a doll of Marina from the Japanese Square Enix RPG "Rudra no Hihou" (Treasure of the Rudras).
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    Chai Xianghua doll

    A doll I made of my #1 favorite Soul Calibur girl. That's right, it's Chai Xianghua herself. This doll is a little different since I used silicone eyes and eye holes instead of painting on the eyes. I like how she turned out.

    And yes, I know the color scheme is a tad different from the game. So take it easy there.
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    Your stuff is neat. I think you'd really dig this girl.

    http://santani.deviantart.com/

    She makes dolls. You should ask her about how she makes them.

    ~peace
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    Rydia of Final Fantasy IV

    These used to be some nude Takara Licca-chan and Maki dolls, but I removed their hair and added (real) dyed mohair wigs and repainted the faces. And yes, I even made the outfits too. The last pic is a side by side pic of both child and adult Rydia dolls. (BTW, they're more based off Yoshitaka Amano's art than the DS art).

    I think collecting nude and used Takara and Pullip dolls and turning them into my own character or even my favorite video game or movie characters is very fun.
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