FOR SALE - SOOM TUFF (price drop)FOR SALE - SOOM TUFF (price drop) by bandit1971
SOOM Romantic (wing-ear) Tuff on Doll-Zone single-joint male body
Head is normal skin – body is normal yellow
- Head (with faceup)
- Body (nails painted on fingers/ toes)
- Random pair of eyes
Some brief information;
The head is missing the RIGHT WING EAR. It is unnoticeable under the right kind of wig, and I've had no problem with the wig shown in the photo. I almost didn't even notice I'd lost an ear… (happened at a meet, sadly. If it was just my house I'd have found it by now.)
The body and head are NOT A PERFECT RESIN MATCH. It is fine when the doll is clothed, and some blushing on the face would also help fix the problem. The head (although SOOM's normal skin) is a more pinky color (even compared to my other two normal skin SOOM parts) and the body is more yellow (it was sold to me as normal skin pink at the time, but comparing it to my other DZ NS-Y body, it is very much a yellow color.)
The FACEUP is not professional. My neighbor did it a while back, a
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