Fânpàn Apashe

Doll Leaves
Head Sculpt:
  • Face-up artist(s):
    Doll Leaves
    Date of acquisition:
    May 18th 2020
    Alice Collection's
    Reason for choice:
    Fell in love with his gentle Asian sculpt, and the face-up they had pictured just blew me away. I just knew I had to have him as my first doll.
    Best Points:
    Beautiful, evenly toned, a comfortable size to sew for, stands on his own easily.
    Worst Points:
    Shoulder joints are fairly loose, so I will have to try sueding them soon.

    Doll does not sit/pose well without wiring.
  • Eyes:
    14mm, Melopan Market
    WDA3021 Purple Black, Alice's Collection
    Favourite colours:
    Gold, Red, Blue
    Fashion style(s):
    Mail uniform, crushed velvets, asian-inspired, secretly likes cute things
    Currently, I only have plans for outfits, for he doesn't yet have any. I'm not sure what really will fit him best, but he will certainly be getting a USPS mail uniform just for giggles, eventually. But as for his character style? He hasn't found one, though so far he tends to like more relaxed styles. Especially trying to blend in with current population.
  • Name story:
    His name came from a joke I made with my friend, due to him being a couple days late. I said I'd name him something silly if he didn't show up...and...well... Fânpàn. Which, according to Google translate, means Rebel. I chose Apashe from a music artist, based on a song that I feel fits him. (Apashe- I'm a dragon)
    Character age:
    Character gender:
    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is available for offsite roleplay.
    (DM me if you want to chat about a possible Rp)

    He is still considered a young demon, and certainly acts as so. Mischievous, playful, full of energy, he steals mail trucks for fun. He liked to sort through your crap to see if it's anything he would like; but don't you dare try to call him a thief or a hoarder! He will retort that he was only trying to help 'de-clutter' your home. Don't listen to the demon, as alluring as his whispers may be. His curiosity about, well, everything, often gets him in trouble. He has learned to run, run quick, and hide fast. He is still learning to charm people, it doesn't work. He has no real concept of money, struggles to know the worth of something. That old sock you bought of ebay for 50 cents? His favorite item. He thinks the world of it. He thinks it's worth more than the car sitting in your driveway. Why do you need socks if you have a car? Sometimes his logic doesn't make sense.


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