On the video, I talk about how it is strung, then review the movement range of each joint individually, and then show posing of the pet. Also, I go through some details as head-cap location, eye size and blushing/face-up. As always, I apologize for the accent! This time I did not used a script, but recorded myself talking a little more freely (and with a new mic!). However, there are English and Spanish subtitles, in case you need them.
I'm personally very happy with the doll, as I find it really cute and a good compromise between aesthetics and jointing/posing. Here is the video!
Here are some posing photos! Most of them are the ones I put the Pet Doll on the video:
First of all, I need to thank my mom for lending me her usual potted plant... I have taken tons of photos of my tinies there! Also for holding all the stuff I took there to take the photos, and a backdrop :D
If you have any questions feel free to leave them in the comments, and I will answer them as best as I can. I plan to do a size comparison with my minis and tinies, but I thought that it would be better to have it on a separated post than on the same video... mostly because it is already a bit too long, and I don't want people to get bored while watching it. The size comparison is probably going to be photos-only.
Anyways! I hope you have enjoyed this! I even got a new mic to record voice overs! Here is to hoping I can share more videos this year :D I already filmed a similar reference for Venezia! Hope you are doing perfectly, and have a great weekend!