Saturday, March 30, 2019

Update on personal collection~

Hi everyone~ just a brief update here to keep the blog semi-alive!

During the winter holiday I had some little personal projects. One of my goals was to get 2 Pullips that could match Pureneemo bodies (namely the white and brown ones) and customize them into lovely pastel ladies!

I managed to find a Nahh-ato (quite rare) and a Papin (not too many Pullips match Pureneemo white) ~ finally. I was especially looking at older dolls, because I only love the older Pullip headsculpt myself (pre-Evangelion dolls I believe)~

After some TLC (and deyellowing XD) and new face-ups~~  here they are!






They don't have names yet, I kind of imagined them to be twins or sisters~
Any ideas?

Thanks for checking!

10 comments:

  1. Ooooh they look gorgeous! Was it hard to get them on the Pureneemo bodies? I'm debating doing a body swap for my Pullips but I've been a bit hesitant as I'm not sure how easy it is to change the heads. And also, are the heads really heavy still for the bodies? They look super cute though on the Pureneemo bodies. I just need some courage to do the head swap!

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    1. I think it depends on the head type! You'll have to cut the neck peg down to fit under the eye mech (and in different head types that could be lower or higher~ so be sure to fit it in advance)~ otherwise I think it's fairly sturdy. I reinforced the neck with rubber bands after that to make it fit more snugly. I think Pureneemos are a bit more sturdy than obitsu because they don't have soft parts, but the biggest issue I had with another doll on pureneemo before was the neck piece popping out! LOL ~ I don't know how to prevent that yet, but it hasn't happened on these girls so far! By the way, the purple-haired girl is on the "fake" body which doesn't have a separate neck piece, and is therefore much sturdier. I did have to cut it a bit to fit on the pullip neckhole, though.

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  2. Wow, they are simply charming! I love their shyly smiling expression. And pastel colours are totally their style. I hardly have problems with dolls' names, it's like they tell me their names. :) Your girls look like Mia and Lisa to me. :) They are so cute they could be models for Japanese brand Liz Lisa.

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    1. Thank you! It's so funny you mentioned Liz Lisa, they're 100% the aesthetic I'd want for them! haha :D but it's kind of hard to find those types of clothes for dollies ~

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  3. They are super cute!! Love me some pastels :D!!!
    I like pure neemo bodies but I'm having a lot of fun with obitsu bodies atm, I think they pose great!
    Loving the photos you took, the color combinations are on point!

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    1. Aww thank you! <3 pasteltastic!
      Yeah I think obitsus do pose a lot better, but it's impossible to find them in tan skin! haha :D Also I just swapped my girl to an obitsu 24 and now she doesn't fit any shoes any more ;;;;

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  4. Such cuties! Pastel colours are so pretty and goes well even with a darker skin tone! :)

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    1. Thanks very much! I totally agree~ I especially love darker skin with turquoise or lavender!

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  5. Gorgeous girls! Which Pureneemo size is that? I've been thinking about trying a pureneemo on one of my Pullips, but I find their sizes very confusing, especially as they apparently changed at some point during the last couple of years?

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    1. Thanks! I didn't realize pureneemo changed sizes? These are M/S sized bodies ^^ I also find L/LL works well on Pullips (if you dont want her to look very short/childlike) ~

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