I don't think I've ever seen anyone discussing this, so I thought I might bring it up. Do your dolls have a handedness? Recently, I was looking through some of my own photos of my dolls, and noticed that most of them are waving/reaching/holding things in their left hands. I attribute it to the fact that I myself am left-handed, and unconsciously have made my dolls so because it looks more natural to me. You can always tell a south-paw because we usually wear a wristwatch on our right wrist (look around, I'll bet you can spot us!) and consiquently my dolls often where their bracelets on the same arm. I also seem to tend to angle their eyes to the left, if they are not straight ahead. It's not intentional, and I'd never really thought about it before. So I was wondering: Have you noticed (in pictures, for instance) that your dolls seem to favor one side over the other? Is it part of their character? Did you do it on purpose, or did it just happen? If it's intentional, is there a reason? Do you have a shelled character who is of a different handedness than you are and, if so, do you have to remind yourself make him/her/it hold their pencil/sword/whatever in a different hand too? Just for general information, I believe the current percentage of lefties is about 10% of the general population. I'm curious to see that's the case in dolls, as well. As usual, if there's a thread like this feel free to move/link this one.