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KDW 's 12-inch seamless female figure: Unique doll 4.0 UD4.0 repainted 2016-12-25

November 2016 , I bought one at ??????? - ?????????? from china , I bought a non painted Unique doll 4.0 body
,Of course you can buy a painted Ver .

, Unique doll 4.0 have a movable finger & toes ~~ the body look more like human . body is wire structure

UD 4.0 seamless silicone body Non painted ver
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Joint White Muscle Black Neck
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After repainted by myself

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Joint Shoulder Eye Leg Neck
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Joint Leg Muscle Stomach Knee
 

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3 questions:
1) how detailed are the "lady" parts ?
2) If the body is paintable , what is it made of?
3) How much bending will the joints take? I know that wire can only be bent so much
before it fatigues and breaks.
Nice paint job!
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This body looks a lot better than any other body I've seen that uses a wire armature. For one thing, I can see the joints have a much more natural bend to them than any other wire joints I've seen. They also seem to have a much better range of motion as seen in the elbows. Still, I would opt for a steel skeleton rather than the wires.

One area where wires always fall is fingers. They may look good at first, but inevitably the wires end up poking through the fingertips. I have plenty of "bendy" finger hands that look like claws.
 

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This body looks a lot better than any other body I've seen that uses a wire armature. For one thing, I can see the joints have a much more natural bend to them than any other wire joints I've seen. They also seem to have a much better range of motion as seen in the elbows. Still, I would opt for a steel skeleton rather than the wires.

One area where wires always fall is fingers. They may look good at first, but inevitably the wires end up poking through the fingertips. I have plenty of "bendy" finger hands that look like claws.
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with your skill in gluing and modifying silicone, do you think a steel skeleton from a Phicen can be donated into this body
 

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Kdw always great modifying abilities. Could you please post some pictures of her from behind. It would be interesting to see what they look like from behind.

Thanks.
 
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