I made her two wigs, one very simple and long and the other inspired by the traditional Japanese Shimada hairstyle. This is it for nudes, folks.
Which one is your favorite?
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15 Responses to “The last new nude for Vogue magazine”
she is very unique, very different from all your other dolls.
i have to say, now having seen all four, the voluptuous redhead is my very favourite. i’m just in love with her.
pearly-white-teeth is another very different doll but if she was mine i feel i could get tired of her open mouth.
so yes, the rubenesque redhead is my fave, it would be amazing if she was the one for sale, and if i was able to buy her. (only if a miracle happens)
aside faves and such, this is so exciting, the photoshoot! really looking forward to see that unfold and want to congratulate Enchanted Doll, it’s way cool that your dolls will be in Japanese Vogue.
and once again, i need that copy whenever it comes out!
and not to mention the documentary, that is just uber-frickin’ amazing, aaaah!
What a special face she has…she seems to be very serene and kind-hearted. I especially like her long, loose, platinum wig. I think I could also see her as a brunette? The Japanese themselves seem to have a fondness for dying their own natural black hair a soft, warm chestnut brown color, often with red highlights, which really suits them, I think.
I remember when a group of Japanese students visited my son’s school, they were blown away by his blonde hair and blue eyes. So this doll will definitely impress. I think your interpretation of this Japanese style wig in blonde will knock their socks off !!
As I said on Flickr, she has a beautiful, sympathetic look, I love her eye makeup. She truly looks like she was sprung from a fairytale. Beautiful work, if I could even imagine owning an ED, how nice if she had a peaceful expression as this, although your more thought-provoked looking dolls can draw a lot of emotion, which is a charm. The elaborate wig- the way the hairs are all clumped together is really something, to me it might be better without so much holding material, but it is a complex wig to form by itself.
I waited to comment because I wanted to see all the four of them. Sure enough, although each of your new ladies took my breath away, the last one is my very favorite.She looks adorable, really a doll to love…
I like her hair parted on the side, as well as the complex wig.
I was wondering, beside Lolita number 2, what are the names of these new beauties?