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by f15827 Sep 21, 2016
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wish I could print this but I'm scared my dad will see the teets on it (bc he likes watching my prints)

The design is very similar to the Body Chan art dolls. Awesome job. I'll have to look into it and compare them to the Body Chan's I have. Did you happen to make a make Doll too?

So, do you just use elastic to put her together? Any specific way to do her stringing?

So cute, thank you for sharing! :)

im planning on making one, but what do you use to connect the joints?

I have made a ball joint doll and I used thicker stretchy string to connect it. This one does not have the loops on hands and feet but a hole thru so I would put the the stretchy string thru, tie a knot in the end, tighten to the other end and glue a small bead or make a big knot that won't pull thru there. Glue on the knots is a good idea too. Looking at the parts, I would use a bead on the end, start at the feet with a bead on the end, go up thru the legs, and tie together in the pelvis, use glue there. Then same with the hands and arms but go up in the neck and tie around the bar in the head, this secures both arms and the head. Then loops of stretch from a bar you add in the torso to one you add in the chest to connect those final parts. Don't see any way to get those together otherwise. The BJD I made had a heavy bar in the chest that the leg stretch's went up to to connect it all. See this link for a video on stringing the BJD's. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:614366
I will note this looks like a spin off from that one.

Robot woman "Robotica"
by Shira

probably glue, or epoxy.

this is a copy of a ball jointed doll. the original connects using a sphere shape with pegs on opposite sides.
here's parts to look at for some info - http://parabox.jp/eng_new/60_parts.html