Lady Pixel

Maker:
Doll Chateau
Head Sculpt:
Gladys A
Skintone:
White skin
Body:
Youth body-03 Mechanical
Sex:
Female
  • Face-up artist(s):
    Myself
    Body blushing artist(s):
    Myself
    Date of acquisition:
    April 2020
    Provenance:
    Purchased from Doll Chateau through Fabric, Friends and Dolls
    Reason for choice:
    I’ve been looking for a sculpt to represent my OC (inspired by the manga “Chobits” by Clamp) for nearly a decade. I was also wanting to get a Doll Chateau SD for my collection for a long time. When I saw this very unusual girl I knew she was absolutely perfect!
    Best Points:
    The modeling of her very unusual mechanical body, plus her elongated joints which make her very elegant.
  • Eyes:
    Oscar Doll eyes (sakura) in 14mm
    Wig:
    White, ombre to pink and teal (8 inch)
    Favourite colours:
    Any and all
    Fashion style(s):
    Casual knit wear in a modern mid-century style
    Key fashion accessory:
    Flowered headbands
    Lady Pixel wears stretchy knit wear (made from colorful socks) to fit over the very unusual contours of her mechanical body. The style is loosely mid-century-inspired to fit in with her character, with colorful flowered headbands, crop tops and leggings.
  • Name story:
    She’s a self-programing personal computer, so I wanted her to have a computer-inspired name, and Pixel sounded appropriately cute. I added “Lady” to the beginning of it because she seemed to have a rather Lady Gaga vibe to her, as a performer, and I felt it fit her character.
    Character age:
    Appears to be in her early 20s
    Character gender:
    female
    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is not available for offsite roleplay.
    Lady Pixel was built as an early prototype of the Chobits line of persocoms (inspired by the manga “Chobits” by Clamp) but she was never fully completed. She was developed as a prototype traveling pop star for promotion of a recording company, but her inventor and concept designer feared that her skin was far too pale, ("white as paper", he said) and was not realistic or resilient enough to endure the rigors of the road. He switched to a different medium mid-build, and as an unfinished prototype she was simply sent off to a colleague in the US to be scrapped for parts. But she was just one of his many projects and remained virtually untouched prior to his sudden and unexpected death...and eventually she was completely forgotten. No one realized that she was, even in her unfinished state, already capable of learning on her own. So she has developed her own identity and style, living largely forgotten in the attic of an old Victorian...amidst stacks of old mid-century teen and music magazines.
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