Thursday, February 12, 2009

YNU Mixis Dolls' Close Up Photos



Limited Edition Emerald





Limited Edition Emerald right





Limited Edition Emerald left





Sunset Edition Houda




Sunset Edition Houda right





Sunset Edition Houda left





Limited Edition Opal





Limited Edition Opal right





Limited Edition Opal left





Sunset Edition Opal





Sunset Edition Opal right





Sunset Edition Opal left





Limited Edition Rosa





Limited Edition Rosa right





Limited Edition Rosa left





Sunset Edition Rosa

4 comments:

E. A said...

Thanks for the photos. I really like Rosa, especially her full cheeks.

Something about Emerald seems off to me, though. Her shimmery lipstick and her exaggeratedly tilted eyes don't seem to go with the rest of the dolls' less exaggerated features. I bet she would benefit from a repaint.

I think I like Rosa better than Houda, although I really like Houda's nose.

D7ana said...

My pleasure, taking the photos. You are welcome; I appreciate the suggestion.

Regarding Emerald's eyes, I agree that they are more cartoony than the other dolls' eyes. At first, I thought that it was the pink eyeliner. Opal is darker and she has the pink eyeliner, too. But Opal's eyes are still pretty. Emerald's left eye tilt seems off. A repaint would perfect her ... I'd have to practice on some other dolls first, but I like that idea.

Rosa is the most stunning doll in this collection. If I could only have ONE of these dolls, Rosa would probably be my chosen one.

I had to "warm to" Houda, but I'm glad that I got her. Her nose is adorably hooked. If I had the funds ... no, when I have the funds, I will get an extra Houda and have her rerooted with dark curly hair and repainted eyes.

The facial structure of these dolls gives them that je ne sais quoi edge.

~Jen, Doll Links said...

Dana, thanks for sending me a note about this! I've added the links to my blog.

D7ana said...

Thanks, Jen, for adding this post to your blog. I hope that more people become interested in this doll series so that they can produce the dolls they have "in waiting."