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|I first discovered eLouai's Candybar Doll Maker, rather humorously, from a personal email that was mistakenly sent to the mailing list of a group I was a member of during college. I've always been intrigued by "paper dolls", and the ability to dress them up, and eLouai's Doll Maker is an attractive *and* sophisticated digital version of that phenomenon. As you can see below, I've wasted a lot of enjoyable hours customizing various dolls, which I have now chosen to share with you...|
My first ever eLouai Doll. Naturally, my first instinct was to make a hippie chick. Flower power! (Those bags came with the poncho...)
Named after the prescription sleep aid, though not necessarily inspired by it. I think her facial expression goes a long way in establishing that sort of anxiety that tends to keep a person awake at night.
This one's just an experiment with a fluorescent theme.
My first 'dark' doll, she's got a bit of a punk thing goin' on. I love the scowl.
My first attempt at a green forest elf, with an emphasis on 'green'.
Of course, with forest elves on the mind, I had to try and make an imitation of Deedlit. <3
I think Sandy is just adorable. I like the warm fall atmosphere here; it kind of reminds me of "back-to-school", which is considerably less traumatizing for me these days.
Sort of a Valentines-y 'red hot' meets 'black leather' thing. And yet, she's got such an innocent expression. >:)
There's clearly a questionable overtone surrounding this doll...ahem. The hair gives a perfect 'blue raspberry' vibe. What she really needs is a lollipop. :O
My attempt at a decidedly more normal girl, heh. Despite that, I actually really like her. ^_^
The requisite Catholic schoolgirl, of course. She looks oh so innocent, and yet, just look at the hemline on that skirt!
An attempt at a country gal. But hey, she rocks that country fashion with style!
Hm, maybe a little skimpy for the park. And I don't know what that scarf's doing. I like this hairstyle, though. She's named for her tattoo. (Or is it vice-versa?) ;)
Kind of a cross between epic and ordinary - like a space pirate's schoolgirl daughter. I like the dark-yet-not-evil mood of this one.
A different approach to the black and red theme pioneered by Passion.
More of an ordinary young girl. At home, dressed casually, in socks. Still cute, though.
Yes, actually inspired by Rebecca Romijn. Back when she was hosting some Spring Break-related program on MTV in the 90's, or something. Strange, some of the things you remember...
This one pretty much speaks for herself. Bit of a fantasy atmosphere. Looks like she could be a villain, though. Or maybe just tsundere. ;D
Army chick goes to the beach! And manages to recover some of her femininity in the process. :p
This is my attempt at 'fashionable'. Usually I'm content with just 'pretty' or 'cute' or 'sexy', and don't feel the need to overstylize. :p
I made this doll on the fly, without any kind of a theme. After getting down a few pieces, it was just a matter of finishing her off consistently. I think she turned out alright. :)
Requisite Japanese schoolgirl. :p
Everybody's favorite persocom Chii, in the condition she's first discovered in (bandaged and discarded in the trash). I manually modified the bandages to make them more revealing ;). Still can't find good ears for her, though...
When I saw this fullbody template, I knew I had to make myself a forest faerie. She is totally cute. I have to admit, I love those freckles... o^_^o
Gina the gymnast, I guess. Uh, practicing by a pond. That's right.
She's the sweetest little thing you ever seen. ;)
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< Adam and Eve >Another perfect match - this time made in heaven! Adam's vine is actually available as a top for guys; Eve's top was modified from leaf eyebrows; and the "fig" leaves are recolored autumn leaves. ;)
I came across this hairstyle which reminded me of Komori Kiri, so I was determined to finish her. I couldn't really find an appropriate "draped blanket" outfit, so I had to improvise.
Magical Girl >
I've always thought these wings were cute, but when I found a pair of matching shoes, I knew I had to make a whole mahou shoujo/magical girl!
The first in my collection of "summer girls" inspired by the cool fashions of summer. I love the pink and white heart theme, and the fact that her pink flip flops match the flowers by her feet!
This cutie is on vacation at the seashore, and it looks like she's ready to start a game of beach ball! Who's in?
This summer chick is summer chic! She rocks the short shorts/bikini top style, pairing it with glamorous makeup and elegant heeled sandals for a summer evening on the town. Isn't her hair gorgeous?
This red trim yellow bikini just floored me when I saw it - so sexy! So I created a stunning blonde to wear it, and put her on the beach. :D
The girl with the turqoise eyes - with hair ribbons to match! In the spirit of her pretty pigtails, I gave this girl childish features, and dressed her in something a kid might wear - cute and casual, pretty and playful.
Also with a hair decoration to match her eyes! I thought the fishnet-covered torso was a striking effect, so I combined it with a cute pair of bloomers and some strappy sandals for a bit of alternative elegance.
The girl who wanders the desert. Leanna is a bit of a mystery. Her father works at an air force base. ;)
Intelligent, but soft-spoken, not unlike myself. She likes to spend a lot of time alone, in spite of the attention she receives at school. She likes the outdoors, and is not terribly fond of wearing shoes.
Isn't this red and white polka dot bikini just adorable? There was something little girlish about it so I picked out some blonde pigtails (inspiring her name) and gave her a sandcastle! The flying fish is actually a mermaid in disguise. ;)
Lilim is a space vampire, if it's not obvious by her appearance. She's friendly, but you might not share her opinion of what "necking" entails. ;)
She's a cutie pie sleepy head, snug in her pajamas, dreaming of enchanted realms and pink castles. :)
A rather generic angel girl, floating among the clouds, as she watches the action unfold on the planet below her, with her Cupidian Wand of Love at the ready. <3
This is my eLouai adaptation of Misty from Pokemon, the Cerulean Gym Leader.
Anima started as a "selfportrait" doll, but I got bored with the guy options and turned her
into a girl instead. So you could say she's the feminine aspect of my personality. :3
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