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George Hartley

Maker:
Dollzone/DF-H
Head Sculpt:
Dollzone Mo-B
Skintone:
Normal (yellow)
Body:
DF-H 62cm male
Sex:
Male
  • Face-up artist(s):
    Wayfarer
    Body blushing artist(s):
    Mad-March
    Date of acquisition:
    Completed May 2019
    Provenance:
    DoA MP (Body from Mad-March, head from Spyder88)
    Reason for choice:
    I love the Mo sculpt in all sizes and wanted something vulpine for Hart (also, the DF-H body is really nice!)
    Best Points:
    Mo-B has the cutest little overbite!
    Worst Points:
    He's got a big caboose, it makes him unbalanced and (heh) bottom-heavy
    A hybrid I didn't know anything about before buying the random bits of stuff! I'll need to get him a better wig at some point, something textured and more natural
  • Eyes:
    Grey acrylic
    Wig:
    Fur
    Favourite colours:
    Earthy colours like hunter green and rusty brown
    Fashion style(s):
    He dinnae care for fashion
    Key fashion accessory:
    That embroidered belt shows off a boyish figure
    Do scars count? That scar was *earned*, friend, *earned*
    But also, that tunic and waistcoat are from Period Threads and are the best of both worlds: proper look for court (should Hart find himself there) but also practical for a working lad outdoors all day
  • Name story:
    George is a royal name for a man of aristocratic birth and Hartley for the deer George is in charge of managing
    Character age:
    20s ish, who's counting
    Character gender:
    Male
    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is not available for offsite roleplay.
    George gave up his aristocratic seat for his twin brother to run off and become a game-keeper out in the frontier. You could say he's a bit of a rebel. He's also a real ladies' man with several lassies from the kitchen maid to the blacksmith's daughter notched on his belt. He loves the rough and tumble life of a game-keeper and eschews what he considers the "fripparies" of civil society.
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