Photo review: clone disney fairies articulated body

Unknown torso made of solid plastic, vinyl limbs cast from disney fairies made from leftover pellets which means swirling and colours within the plastic, white hard plastic joints. Some flash to slice out at the joints and leftover spruce nubs on the top side of the limbs, occasional line to sand or back-knife off. Fantastic… Continue reading Photo review: clone disney fairies articulated body

Fakie bodies review

Preface: As a disabled person living in *very* rural france, I do quite a bit of my doll shopping on Aliexpress (they sell mostly factory reject heads), I actually have had better odds at getting a doll head I can actually repair than on amazon where glue head and wonk face reign supreme. Amazon is… Continue reading Fakie bodies review

$2 fakie body review

Another dollarstore ebay review: The $2 body aka “doll toy no head” or the pale fakie body without the torso joint. Ok where to start? Well mine arrived broken and with two right lower legs so that took a classic “drill a hole with a nail drill, put in a piece of paper clip +… Continue reading $2 fakie body review

Updated! Reference: Monster High Clone body types

The parts from both bodies are not interchangable. Create a Monster limbs do not fit in either body’s sockets. Grid underwear types work well as a standalone body replacement (if you can stand the plastic flaws and possible need to glue suede some of the joints) or torso for CAM. Heads are a little too… Continue reading Updated! Reference: Monster High Clone body types

Wydowna Spider aka Weberella fakie/fake/clone review

From aliexpress: ‘spider monster doll’ (no box or fitting clothes) 1905328394 – $9 including shipping. Also available on €bay at $18 Her body is well made: hard plastic with vinyl lower arms and legs (some marbling in the leg vinyl, some extra flash plastic nubs at her hip joints -shaved off). The arms and legs… Continue reading Wydowna Spider aka Weberella fakie/fake/clone review

Clonezilla to Create a Monster torso

Use wire cutters, a hacksaw and pliers to hack off the arms and legs from a clonezilla body Saw down the hip attachment pegs to match the C.A.M. hole size.  Use epoxy putty to fill in the shoulder holes and mould them to match the arm sockets by carefully putting the arm attachments in then… Continue reading Clonezilla to Create a Monster torso

Midnight Magic dolls

I bought Pippa (grey, currently bald) and Mila (blue, gorgeous nylon hair) Midnight Magic dolls by Lovely Patsy via a lovely user on Dollymarket.com, they came from the Family Dollar store and cost $5 each (+ postage). First things you need to do upon opening the box: – Carefully remove the doll’s clothes and boots… Continue reading Midnight Magic dolls