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Head Sculpt:
Dollmore S-Kyle Reese
Normal Skin
Dollmore Model Doll - Female
  • Face-up artist(s):
    Body blushing artist(s):
    Date of acquisition:
    Bought from Dollmore directly.
    Reason for choice:
    I was looking for a sculpt that would suit my original character, and found it... It turned out the doll that looked at me from the screen was male, but fortunately male head fits a female body nicely. There were no such male/female Dollmore hybrids before as far as I've known, so I had to make a blind attempt, but I don't regret it. She looks just like she was supposed to in my mind.
    Best Points:
    Lovely elegant body with a nice blushing, looks great in clothing and without it.
    The way her half-closed eyes make her look serious and relaxed at the same time.
    Worst Points:
    The knee joints are a bit tricky to put together.
    There's quite a big difference in neck circumference for male and female model dolls. Not a problem as far as I'm concerned and does not affect head movement, though.
    Icy represents one of eight characters, that are all part of a polyromantic, healthy and happy family relationship. She combines strict and serious features of an ex-servicewoman with a softer side of someone who suddenly became fragile. She is the Not So Stoic type of character that only learns how to interact with others, give and accept love and friendship.
  • Eyes:
    Ice blue acrylic (16 mm)
    White long straight hair - represent character's own hair/Pink curly medium length - a wig bought for her by a family member to cheer her up and hide head trauma consequences
    Favourite colours:
    White, blue, possibly pink.
    Fashion style(s):
    Military on official occasions, comfortable home clothes on most others.
    Key fashion accessory:
    Haven't actually got them yet, but plan to: 1/3 scale wheelchair and miniature shotgun.
  • Name story:
    Icy (nickname for Icebreaker) is, in fact, not a name but a military codename. It used to suit her cold and contained personality well, but after the trauma that left her in a wheelchair Icy's temper softened a fair bit.
    Character age:
    Character gender:
    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is available for offsite roleplay.
    Once unfriendly and loner-by-choice, ex-army officer Icy has changed a lot since severe back and head trauma. She used to accept social relations as necessary evil and struggle with getting close to people, but was forced to accept care of others and even learnt to appreciate it. Getting used to wheelchair was hard, but admitting the need of help was even harder. She still requires lots of help and support, but does not see it as a humiliation anymore. People who came and saved her from dying slowly from the grief of losing her career, her ability to walk, her everything now turned into a loving and attentive family that she is now able to love as strongly as they love her.
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