William Mathew Elliott

Head Sculpt:
IslandDoll Eric
Normal Yellow
Island Doll 62cm
  • Face-up artist(s):
    IslandDoll Factory Face-Up
    Date of acquisition:
    August 21st 2016
    IslandDoll through Alice's Collections
    Reason for choice:
    I thought his head sculpt was wonderful.
    Best Points:
    His almost translucent resin.
    Worst Points:
    His head snaps to the side when you bend his torso.
  • Eyes:
    F-styler Mid-Blue Glass Eyes
    Generic Greyish Black (I hope to one day getter a better wig)
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    Fashion style(s):
    Smart casual and classic styles like suits; the garb of a gentleman. He also loves traditional Japanese dress.
    Key fashion accessory:
    His suit.
    Although he currently does not own any, Will is a suit man who will hopefully have one soon. He dresses like a gentleman.
    Will also enjoys traditional Japanese dress such as kimonos.
  • Name story:
    I wanted something classic, and Will fit just right. It might also have something to do with Will Graham and TV's Hannibal. His middle name is a nod to my favourite man right now.
    Character age:
    Character gender:
    Offsite roleplay:
    This doll's character is available for offsite roleplay.
    Likes: History, real crime, piano, classical music, fine art and Japan
    Dislikes: Reality television

    Having been raised by an over protective mother who, after his father's car accident, saw danger around every corner William Elliott became a contemplative meticulous man; reserved and quiet by nature. Having been kept in the relative solitude of his family's estate he found respite in books and uncovered a hidden love of history; especially historical crime. In books he found interest in real crime and loves to hear gruesome tales. It was his interest in history which would later lead to position in a museum. History also inspired him at an early age to embody the old-fashioned tenets of the gentleman, however he has always been adamant about being up on the latest technological improvements; to never be left behind.

    A few years ago Will travelled to Japan on a business trip to retrieve an artefact for his museum and there in the streets of Kyoto Will fell in love with the Japanese culture. He still holds fast to his love of European history but he now finds joy all things Japan such as its clothing and culture.


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