3/25/2013

Inro

Finally, after nearly 4 months I am feeling comfortable in my new studio. I was having issues with the quality of the light and so much more that I was avoiding going down there to work.
So I take these pictures of Inro and take the memory card, insert it into the reader and NOTHING. I'm going to die, right? I keep plugging the USB cable into different ports on the hub and NOTHING. So I go down and get the camera to link it directly to the computer and NOTHING.
Is it the card, the cable, the snow? Seriously!!!

My last attempt to upload the pictures was successful when I located an empty USB slot directly into my laptop and in seconds all the shots were on the computer. The darn USB hub is messed up. It's like the 4th one I've had. They all suck.

Back to more pleasant experiences.

I decided to trim Inro's lower lashes and I'm very happy with the results. They were masking the beautiful sculpt of her cheekbones and drawing her eyes down into the rest of her face. I may give a little color to her cheeks next time I get her out to play.

After I trimmed them it was time to dress her and just for the heck of it I pulled out a Gene Marshall by Mel Odom (Ashton Drake) outfit I have never had on a doll. It is a two piece plus belt linen outfit that would be very fashionable today from the Star Wardrobe collection. It fits and looks hot! I never imagined that Gene clothes would fit Inro.

I have Jamieshow shoes on her feet. I had to warm up the shoes to get them on and they still aren't fitting perfectly. I hope I find other shoes she can wear as Inro has very wide feet.

Around her neck is a gorgeous OOAK neckpiece by Asher of New England called "Quezacotl."
She is wearing a generic size 4/5 wig previously purchased for Avantguard dolls.

What do you think about the lash job?

Inamorata Inro by Emilia Couture



Original Promo Photo

 

5 comments:

  1. That outfits looks so amazing on her and I'm so surprised she can wear Gene fashions (need to get some soon). The styling with the wig and jewellery is gorgeous and I love the new look with trimmed lashes. My original prototype actually has short lashes, but I could only find the long lash ribbon for the production and liked the long look too so I decided to go with it instead of cutting them down. I wish I had a second Inro for myself I could trim the lashes from as I will need to keep mine in original condition in case I ever want to have an exhibition.

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    1. I am so glad you approve. I was a little cautious at first but decided to go with it.
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  2. I am so glad you took the plunge and trimmed down the eyelashes. I know it was a unique look, but I found it distracting, and am much more comfortable looking at her with less exaggerated lashes. Good job on the styling, too. Jackie from NJ

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  3. I think I prefer the untrimmed lashes. More glam.

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  4. Mary Dearing3/27/13, 1:34 AM

    I like her much better with the trimmed lashes. I think she looks smashing!

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