That’s how it moves.
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Love it! It looks so realistic! Fantastic job!
looks great marina! though i can’t look at that gif for too long! haha
That’s amazing!! Made me jump though when I first opened the item!! I certainly didn’t expect that,she’s so beautiful and expressive
Wow!!! I love it!
that’s a very fluid life-like movement, i may yet get used to this joint!
wow looking at it too long makes me dizzy too, lol. c_c*
Haha! I love it! More, more, more!! When will we see EDs on the big-screen, eh??? Move over Thunderbirds!
No Jan you mean exorcist. I’m sorry I thought the same thing. I know you want honest opinions. It’s not really as bad as the exorcist but it came to mind never-the-less.
I love how you got extra expressiveness from the neck joint’s mobility!
I’m still not a huge fan of it, but I love that it’s an option.
I had the same feelings as Crystal and Jan =(
This is very unconventional, and I quite like it. Great job. :)
OK OK you won me over, I now love what I see. Yes she does have that twisted feel, but love it. Seeing her in a stop motion animation makes me appreciate the new neck…….love
OMG that animation is creepy as heck! But the joint does move nicely.
When it’s animated like this, the new neck joint has the sensual realism that’s beautiful yet creepy at the same time. I love it more in such setting.
I am still the loyal fan of the old poised ED neck. The classic ED is like the prima ballerina assoluta; her mere presence is enough to sweep me off my feet without lifting her pinky, let alone moving her neck :)
ps. Don’t hold it against me if one day I beg you to replace my ED with the new neck :P
I have to write I find this neck joint disturbing. It’s tilting(hah) more towards the creepy doll category.
Whoa. That’s quite cool. Haha. I will always be won over by stop motion, what can I say!
Don’t like it over the other neck visually but the functionality is great.
Like Orangey, I do not like the look of the new neck. However, the movement is very realistic. Marina, I’m curious what else you are going to invent in the future. The engineering of your dolls is amazing.
i love your job
I can not believe how incredible this is You are truly gifted I willl lokk forward to next edition they are incredibly exquisite Thank you
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