Monday, September 30, 2013

Wilde Imagination Parnilla Review

Since I rarely get to see a fullset doll I thought it would be good to do a short review. I've already introduced the brand in the previous post so lets get on to the meat and gristle!

The first thing I want to look at is the body because while I'm usually attracted to the head sculpt first, the body sculpt and engineering is the base for the head. Most companies sell heads and bodies separately but since WI does not, you're stuck with buying the body to get the head.

The first thing you will notice is that the body sculpt is definitely a "Fashion" doll body meaning that the shape is based on the ability to wear scaled clothing well instead of trying to reproduce a realistic body. There is no sign of musculature and the only sign of a skeleton that might be under the skin is a slight barely noticeable collarbone since that shows up with most clothing. The waist is very small to allow for fabric bunching and thicker seams in comparison to human clothing. The legs are slender but look more like twigs than legs and her arms are mostly plain cylinders. This criteria alone means that she is OT for DOA.

Doll Nudity Under Cut.