Relevant to my latest dollset!
Group pic of the Parks and Rec dolls. Sorry there’s no April or Andy, but I got busy with way too many other works in progress. But you can commission them if you like! Or Chris or Anne or Donna or Jerry…
Leslie Knope from Parks and Rec. My wife keeps giving me a hard time because the anatomy isn’t always as good on my female dolls as they are on the male dolls, but I think this one turned out pretty good! Her suit is basically Tom’s but with tweaks to the waist and hips.
Ron Swanson from Parks and Rec. His shirt is knit, the rest is crocheted. Look at his tiny little mustache!
Tom Haverford from Parks and Rec. The picture doesn’t do him enough justice, this doll is so frickin adorable. Up until now I’ve sort of been winging it every time I had to dress a doll in a suit, but I think with this doll I finally have a consistent pattern I’m happy with.
Ben Wyatt from Parks and Rec. His head was originally supposed to be the Eleventh Doctor, but it looked so perfectly like Ben I started Eleven’s head over from scratch and decided to make Parks and Rec dolls too. Ben is probably my favorite character in the show.
Adachi from Persona 4, made for a commission a couple months ago. I’ve never played the game but I know he’s a popular character, so maybe there’s a significance behind all of the details the commissioner asked for:
- A jacket with a single slit in back that flips up when he sits down
- A crooked tie that bends to one side
- Handcuffs clipped at the waist
- A bemused smirk on his face
- Probably other stuff I’m forgetting.
edit: I made the vocoder better, and extended the tune for some reason.
dunno what all this updated OP will affect, but yeah.
here’s a download for anyone who ventured back to this post looking for one.
Eating porridge makes us fatter
Being fatter keeps us warmer
Warm is better in the winter
Cool is better in the summer
Bill S. Preston Esq. and Ted “Theodore” Logan, of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure. Ted’s jacket is removable and wearable, although I think it looks better tied around his waist. Bill has a midriff T-shirt that you can just barely make out in the photos under his over-shirt. I had fun doing the color work on both of them.