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Sunday, December 26, 2010

Custom Pullip Aya

Aya original look was like this. Myself love the outfit but not really love her make up because its look quite mature for a teenager. So i decided to change her make up and wig.

1st make up I turn her into gothic look with smoky eyes. She seemed to be okay but not perfect for me. Her eyeliner was too rough and thick. So I decided to redo her make up again.

I actually wanted to repaint the smoky eyes but I cant do the same because the bottom eyelashes color I'm using this time was dark brown + white. If the whole eyes is completely smoky, it's really looks weird. So I decided to gave her a sweet make up but darker color only at the eyelids.

And here is her final =)

Custom done on Aya:
* New make up and sealed with MSC
* New double natural eyelashes
* Eyelids added flowers
* Carved lips and modified mouth to be smaller
* New silver love shape earrings
* Change wig by Leeke World
Aya & Xiao Fan

Aya, Dal Ciel & Xiao Fan

 Thanks to all my friend's support and comments. Your compliments and comments will leads me to perform better. Will try harder to custom and practice more ^^,

Sunday, November 28, 2010

My Lovely Dal - Boa Hancock

My 1st custom Dal photo session =)

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Tutorial: Changing Dal Original Body to Obitsu Body

For changing Dal doll body, I'm choosing the Obitsu hard body 23cm white skin.

This is the Obitsu body i choose. It came with extra hands. Even though it is white body, but the color seemed to be more to flesh color.

I'm gonna change my Boa body. Her stock one is super floppy @@"

Stock body color VS Obitsu 23cm white hard body.

Remove the 3 screws at the back of the head.

Dal stock body VS Obitsu body.

Unscrew the neck "part" from the Obitsu body.

Gently pull it out.

The body should be came with this "part". Look for the biggest part as where my arrow pointed.

Now is the sawing session. Saw it half. Becareful of your hands because the "part" is quite slippery.

Then you need to saw the neck stick below. Saw about 0.7mm off.

This is the result after you saw it.

Tie up with transparent rubber band.

Leave some space at the top there so that the "part" can be slot in.

Push in the "part" that you saw just now.

Screw it back.

Apply one more rubber band so that the head wont be loose later.

Screw back everything and here it goes =)
Please leave me a comment if you have any queries. Good luck ^^,