Ema Skye custom



This one's for Phoenix Wright fans! Ema Skye is my first proper attempt at a character doll (that is, a doll based on an existing character).

I know her badges are rather over-sized, but I'm too lazy to make new ones. ^^;

この逆転裁判のファンのためです!私は先週末にこのカスタムドールを完了した。バッジが大きすぎますが、私も新しいものを作るに怠惰なんだ。 ^ ^ ;

More pics after the jump.




She's using a Volks 25cm body, which unfortunately isn't as posable as Obitsu. Volks doesn't provide alternate hands for grasping or posing either. I picked Volks though because it has slightly longer arms than Obitsu's 25cm body, and the hand sculpts are more realistic (longer fingers). Minor details, but I wanted to get as close to Capcom's character design as possible. ^^


13 comments:

Iwa said...

Nice, very very nice. very accurate faceup. where did you get the googles?. (short of raiding Barbie)

Mizu said...

Thanks Iwa! ^^ Her glasses are just a pair of white ones from Azone Material. I glued on some florescent pink plastic on for her lens, it's a bit on the thick side, but it works.

desmond said...

Love your female kitbashes. Very anime accurate!!

Mizu said...

Thanks Desmond! So sporting of you to comment on one of my doll posts, lol. XD

Anonymous said...

What head did you use? I wanna try making older Ema.

Mizu said...

I used the Obitsu F02 head. 01 and 02 are almost identical after painting, but 01 has a fuller set of lips and has some defined eye area. You don't really need either feature for Ema though. I'd love to see your Ema when you're done. :)

Anonymous said...

thanks for telling me which head to use. Btw how did you do the eyes?

Mizu said...

A few people print the eyes out on transfer/tattoo paper and apply those to the doll's face (for people who want perfect symmetry perhaps), but I've only painted them. You can refer to official artwork or images with the style you wish to follow, or come up with your own design. Sketching the eyes/face first on paper might help you visualize before the next step.

When painting the eyes, trace out the shape and position first with diluted brown paint. Then you can go on to fill in the whites of the eye, followed by everything else: pupils, eye lashes, etc. Despite the small surface area, it can get pretty time consuming depending on how much realism/shading/blending you wish to achieve. Just be patient, and use a Q-tip or toothpick with nail polish remover (be careful when using a strong alcohol paint remover) to correct your mistakes.

Here's a tutorial you might find useful. Ganbare!

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