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@Joshua Aaron , 6" figures (a.k.a. 1:12 scale) are typically used for dollhouse figures. But she could play an elf in 1:6 displays.
@Crossbreed Oh, then what is this used for?
@Joshua Aaron, that is more true for 12" seamless figures (which came first). Her internal skeleton looks more natural, but has less range of motion than those with visible joints.
Isn't this kinda thing like one of those art posing dolls, but with more detail?
I do not own her, but I thought her to be a newsworthy first.
Amazing doll the flexibility is great.
Love it!!! Sounds like my thoughts.
What an awesome tool!
@Major Tom It's off the hook for sure :p
I've never seen anything like that. Pretty sweet!
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