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Alysia . . This is my remake of my older creation "Bethany". I went over each and every section and improved everything I could manage. The joints are way more stable and secure. The anatomy is a vast improvement. And the techniques are nearly all new. She is FULLY pose-able. The hand itself is a brand new design that allows for full mobility of each finger and the wrists (more on the hand design later). The foot also has the full range of a real foot. The skate design comes from the manga, Air Gear, if anyone was curious. Time: over 2 weeks. If I were to make this again, exactly the same, from scratch, it would take about 8-10 hours. It was very hard to build even when I knew what I was doing. This is definitely coming with me to Brickfair. Here are the pictures of some poses. Here is the hair. The only piece not attached it the loop in the bangs. It stays in place due to entrapment and friction. A clever lever placement keeps the bangs from moving around. I've shown the technique for the visors in the bun here. I downloaded a large picture. It should be clear enough to grasp the technique. 4 levers are placed in the visor hole first. Then a half pin is inserted with 2 levers on either side (one lever pointing in the opposite direction). Then a hose head with a minifig hand through it goes into the half pin to keep it securely in place. This hand will not fall apart (not easily at least). Taking it apart is a pain too. I used rigid hose for the thumb and soft hose for the knuckles.


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