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KONICA MINOLTA
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DiMAGE Z3
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Jan 1, 2004, 12:00:01 AM
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Amy Pond by cygirlkat Amy Pond by cygirlkat
Unfortunately, I have only seen Amy and the Eleventh Doctor's first adventure together. (hope that will change soon!)

Amy is a Barbie/Obitsu hybrid, with repaint and full re-root by me.

Doctor Who and its characters and concepts are owned by the BBC. I have no claim on any of them, except as a source of fun. :)
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cygirlkat Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2012
Parts list:

Head: Mattel Vitamin C doll, rerooted with Pumpkin Spice from Dollyhair

Torso: Gymnast Barbie

Arms and Legs- hybrid of Gymnast Barbie and Obitsu 30cm male doll- ankles modified to fit:

Feet- ZC Girl shoes with peg feet

The Barbie you can usually find if you haunt Goodwill for a while :)
Obitsus are available at the JunkySpot doll dealer for a reasonable price, plus you have bits left over for another custom. Hair depends on how much you order, and what kind.

Look for message boards that are devoted to 1:6 scale customizing- there will be a lot of questions answered about technique and materials that will be invaluable to a beginner.
Men With Dolls, Sci-Fi and Fantasy Customs, and Sideshow Freaks are all great places to start.

Also be thinking about whether you will want to work in a very realistic style or a more stylized look.
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Ben283 Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2011
How did you do this I love it
I want to get started in things like this so how would you suggest I start
Also how much did it cost to make and what did you use to do it
Please reply and what parts did you use and where can I get them from
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Ben283 Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2011
How did you do this I love it
I want to get started in things like this so how would you suggest I start
Also how much did it cost to make and what did you use to do it
Please reply and what parts did you use and where can I get them from
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Christophro Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2011
hahah i love the glove/mic combo in the background

very good on the doll though
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cygirlkat Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2011
LOL, thanks-Amy's photo session was at my husband's workshop. Not the best of backgrounds, but I hope to have a real photo session with her soon.
Really want to cobble together a light box for that-the plans for them look super easy.
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