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Old 06-13-2019, 02:54 AM
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They are amazing Angela. I remember the first time I saw a similar one to
yours, I thought it was real.
There was a TV documentary a few years ago, about people who go to
great lengths to buy one, and actually take it out in a pushchair.

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Originally Posted by ~Alan~ View post
They are amazing Angela. I remember the first time I saw a similar one to
yours, I thought it was real.
There was a TV documentary a few years ago, about people who go to
great lengths to buy one, and actually take it out in a pushchair.
Ah thank you. Actually what you saw were vinyl dolls they call reborn, they purchase a blank vinyl doll and do the painting, adding hair, clothing and everything so that they look real. What I do is the beginning stages, I sculpt them from polymer clay, sometimes I have them reproduced in vinyl and sell them blank, but mostly I sculpt, I mold my original sculpts, pour them in silicone, they have a realistic feel 😳 and sell to adult doll collectors. For some they are therapy, for others they just love having them around and they don't talk back.😆 Thank you again!!

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