Any Doll-related news, Davecat? (Mar 06)

typed for your pleasure on 11 March 2006, at 9.18 am

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Funny you should axe that question! atsushi-san and his sexpot girlfriend MaRi-chan have kindly sent us these new pics for evaluation recently. These would be the new face for the Yu-ki model of A.I NEO Doll by 4woods.

4woods normally has a quite consistent batting average with their lasses, but wow, the new face is very, very impressive — the eye makeup is ace, and I am really digging her little pout. (And everything else, of course..)

Sure, Yu-ki may be more ganguro-esque than Shi-chan and I prefer our Synthetiks, but, as she can still be ordered with the ‘Natural’ skintone as well as ‘Asian color’, that’s quite alright. It’s not as if we’d say no to a ganguro Doll anyway, but I’d have to keep a close watch on my credit card..
Additional pics of the new face aren’t actually up yet on 4woods’ site, so I guess this post would be defined as a ‘scoop’, but an official announcement should be made soon, however. In the meantime, you could do what we’re doing, and stare longingly at the ones above! Ahh, so nice..

Also, I may have a line on some episodes of ‘My living Doll‘ on DVD. Not exactly a legitimate release, of course, but at this point, beggars can’t be choosers, as I’ve been frothing at the bit for years to see these. More details relatively sooooon

Random similar posts, for more timewasting:

Stars in their Eyes, Part II on August 5th, 2005

Any Synthetiks-related news, Davecat? (Apr 2006) on April 1st, 2006

18 have spoken to “Any Doll-related news, Davecat? (Mar 06)”

  1. SafeTinspector writes:

    Her mouth is SO small. What of the..um…oral thing?

  2. Davecat writes:

    Unfortunately, with the exception of DollyM’s Perfect-Eves and Chestnut co.’s no-longer-in-production Rare-Borg series, most Japanese-made Dolls don’t have mouths that open. Which, as far as I’m concerned, is a genuine tragedy. 🙁

  3. Jeff "Redneck" Lilly writes:

    WOOO-HEE Hot Damn Ding Dang Possum Tail Moonshine! Thems some big ta-tas fer a Japanese Chinese whatever sorta chick! YEE-HAW!

  4. Davecat writes:

    *fires shotgun into air in agreement*

  5. SafeTinspector writes:

    I’m thinking I’d want one that looks more robotic. Maybe with a chrome or translucent rubber face and exposed substructure.

    Why make these so antrhopomorphic if the point is to eschew the real thing?

  6. Davecat writes:

    Well, for a lot (but not all) of people in the Technosexual population, part of the appeal is the way that artificial flesh looks and feels. The whole ‘natural, yet unnatural’ aspect is a big draw.
    Also, you can chalk it up to the mystery of the Other — someone that looks and behaves as you do, yet is noticeably different. Kinda like how people of one race are attracted to people from another race.

    Don’t get me wrong: I likes me the shiny metal Sorayama-type Gynoids; it’s just that personally, being intimate with one would be like making love to a car. I like the juxtaposition of softness with hardness..
    Also, I’m the kind of person who’d love to have a legitimate Gynoid version of Shi-chan, in the style of the Lovebot from ‘Serenity’, and be able to go out with her wherever, and not have people know at first glance that she was artificial. I’d always get a kick out of that..

    And a translucent rubber face? Ahh, you want a female version of Sonny from ‘I, Robot’ then!
    Why SafeT, I never knew! We’ll make a Technosexual out of you yet! 😉

  7. SafeTinspector writes:

    Hey, I’ll do anything once, provided it doesn’t render me destitute or cause damage to me or anyone else.

    I’d actually rather “do” a fembot that looked noticably machinelike than one that looks, to me anyway, like a recently dead woman.
    But I can see the attraction of having one that can “pass” for a few minutes in a crowd. Until I direct it to toss a Buick at somebody, anyway; that would break the spell for sure!

    back to the theoretical and partially robotic lass:
    I’d assume it would be soft in the right spots.

  8. Davecat writes:

    A ‘recently dead woman’? Heh. That’s the sort of pig-ignorant ‘thinking’ that iDollators have to put up with all of the time.
    Great choice of words, there.

  9. SafeTinspector writes:

    DaveCat:
    Pig-ignorant?!?
    I love you, but that’s really harsh.
    They are so breathtakingly real looking, but also very not-live looking. When I posted the comment above I was stating what I would or wouldn’t be interested in and why.
    That is, I am honestly intrigued with the idea of a noticeably semi-robotic female in a way I am not fascinated by a completely anthropomorphic one, and the reason being that I don’t find a not-live but realistic female figure interesting. Bald truth: they look dead to me.

    I hadn’t intended any insult; I don’t state that my feelings are universal or authoritative. I’m not saying idollators are closeted necrophiliacs. I know that you aren’t thinking of them as dead people, and I think that you are enjoying your silent companion in a way that is valid and essential to you.

    There have been many times you’ve off-handedly dismissed or condemned something I like or value quite a bit, but I don’t think I’ve ever called you “pig-ignorant”.

  10. Monica writes:

    Hullo there.

    I must say, I’m *ABSOLUTELY* fascinated.

  11. Davecat writes:

    Monica –
    Welcome to ‘Shouting etc etc’! I’m sure you’ve seen the full title.
    If at any point you decide to run away screaming, try not to be too loud, as I do have to sleep now and again..

  12. Monica writes:

    what do you think of hans bellmer? or ghost in the shell?

    i’m in a total gynoid phase right now. like i said before, i’m fascinated.

  13. Davecat writes:

    GitS: definitely not bad, although I just have the two manga and ‘Innocence’ on DVD — I’ve only seen about two of the Tv series eps. But what I saw, I liked..
    Bellmer: yeah, I love that Bellmer, he’s really ace. (Although his illustrations kinda creep me out a wee bit.)
    What do you think of Oskar Kokoschka? Shoot me an Email at pulsedemon [at] gmail [dot] com, if you’re so inclined..

  14. Monica writes:

    There’s also the first GItS movie, which is alright. I totally dig the series though. It’s always on late nights on adult swim.

    As for the Alma-Puppe…. dear god, what is she made of?! I can see where Oskar’s disappointment would come from–she’s either excessively corpulant, or excessively fluffy, judging from the picture. But i guess it wasn’t feasible to make plastic girls back then so erm… stuffing would have to do.

    Expect an email soon. 😉

  15. Monica writes:

    http://www.alma-mahler.at/images/filmpic6_g.jpg

    found a movie recreation. absolutely terrifying.

  16. Davecat writes:

    Wow, she looks really.. absorbent. 😐 Well, it’s like you said — there was no Abyss Creations back then, so you had to make do with what you had.. If Oskar saw what kind of Synthetiks exist today, I’m convinced he would explode in a ball of blue flames.
    The explosion would undoubtedly originate from his groin. 🙂

    I await your Email forthwith and henceforth!

  17. G_Slider writes:

    yo sup g whats up with the dollz bro? i saw your documentary aye freaky shizzle

  18. Davecat writes:

    What’s up with the Dolls? Well, the short answer is that I’m into artificial humans. The long answer is about 80% of the content of ‘Shouting to hear the echoes’. Take a look round! 🙂

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