And a pic of her in one of my ex wife's dresses she left behind. 🤣
She's gorgeous- it looks like she has standing feet. Someone said MLD told them the 150 & 156 didn't include standing feet.
PS- Hollow or solid breasts?
Feel as if they have a hollow void in them.
She does have standing feet, so I don't know if they all do because i was originally told that they didnt when I asked them... Hmmmm....
It seems like all the mediums include it automatically. I hope that is true, anyways.
Just sitting around hanging out.
I'm sure I look like Jim Carrey in the mask right about now! What a beautiful doll and amazing outfit.
She decided she wanted to be a little frisky.
I really should be mowing. 😂
Thanks for the answers to my questions, and congratulations on your incredibly hot new girl...
Wow! Beautiful!!! Just be careful with that pose on hard surface like that. I have damaged the tpe on knees doing that very pose before.
Be sure to post in the members picture thread! 👍❤ your photos... I'm kinda sad I didn't get a standable about 5' tall😂
I'm am glad she turned out being standable. I think around 5' is about the perfect height if you have the room as far as the mix between realism and movability. But that's just my opinion. I wouldn't mind getting a smaller one that can be "tossed around" a little more easily.
Having my 100cm... even as small as she is. She has pretty much killed any chance of dating a real woman. 😂😁
Her caboose looks just like my 168!
The 100cm has a perfect 2 hand booty. Amares` is so cute.
These lady's definitely don't lack anything on the backside!
Is she able to stand without leaning against a wall? Someone said the butts of these dolls are quite heavy, so much so that the balance of the doll is affected.
Most standing dolls are capable of it but it is a balancing act to get them to do it. Personally, I don't do it anymore because I have thought i found that balance point and had to catch her falling. Not worth the risk, especially if you have any pets. My cat used to rub up against my dolls, and both my cat and dog layed in their laps like they were real life people. I'm sure if played around with stance more might create a larger balance point. Will have to try sometime.
That's funny about your dog and cat. I can see a cat rubbing against a standing doll, but I am surprised that they would lie in a doll's lap. I would have thought they would have been a little freaked out by the cold body that doesn't breathe/ move/ or even smell like a person.
With the weight of Amare`s head to body size...there is no way she could stand even with standable feet. Most of these dolls are relegated to laying down.
I find it incredible that some owners have gotten dolls to stand on their own. I still am confused on how screws in feet could get a 70pound doll to stand without some type of metal stand? Mannequins are wobbly with stands and they weigh 10pounds!
With the screws, you have a "stability triangle" under each foot. So, as long as the feet are spread enough and positioned correctly in relation to each other it should work. However, if the doll is too top/ front/ back/ etc heavy- it's not going to balance.
Also, the screws are there to protect the tpe on the bottom of the feet from the weight of the skeleton. I've seen plenty of people stand non standing dolls, but the bottom of the feet usually get messed up from the weight pushing through the soft tpe. I've never owned a non standing doll as I like the option to store them standing up if need be, and also helps in dressing a 70+lb doll. Lol. I've toyed with the idea of getting a cheap non standing doll for research on the way the feet are, and maybe some other things. 😁
Maybe that's why when you see the high end dolls like abyss creations realdolls they look like they been on a horse for a week solid . Lol If I have to create that stupid stance to find the balance, I will stick to leaning them against something.
More of a serious note in regards to the pictures of dolls standing by themselves. Especially when they are the higher end dolls, those photos have been photo-shopped. Many of those dolls have hooks behind the shoulders and they are on stands. Then the stands are photo-shopped out of the pics. So don't be fooled.
When I finally get a "Kiara" (143/71), I am going to see how she'll stand without support. She's so lean, I think she'll balance well enough to take some photos.
I was wondering if you can add wood or a metal plate to the standing feet to give them more stability. Say maybe a 3x6 or a 4x7 to give them a larger platform to stand.
I don't see why you couldn't. The one thing to consider is the foot bolts help keep the weight of the skeleton off of the tpe on the feet. Not sure if any damage would happen, but it is possible.
I truly think so too, 1/8th inch thick metal plate, then change out the bolt for a flat head and a 1.8th inch longer bolt. First make a template of the bolt location by standing the doll on some cardboard to mark the impression of the bolt location for drilling. Or perhaps just nail or staple gun some shoes to a ¼ inch thick board or something.
I don’t know, I am just guessing.
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