12 thoughts on “The West Enders, Season Two, Episode Thirty Five: The Morning After

  1. I’m getting a kick out of Noa having to lie. She seems like such an upstanding person in her new life away from espionage and now she’s gotten drawn back into it. And oh, that Tommy. Seeing this update made my day!

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  2. Love your sets, diverse dolls and storylines, Wendy! I’ve been away for awhile working on my projects, but glad to see you are still going strong. Tell me about the girl power doll with the pink hair. I am looking for faces with neutral expressions. I am considering head-switching as I have seen most of our friends doing for the sake of articulation. I’m just scared to do it! By the way…Tommy is a creep, ha ha!

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    • The doll with the pink hair is called Liu Liu Ling. She’s from Integrity, from a line called “The Industry.” I’m not a fan of Integrity dolls normally, as they look so sullen and angry, but I liked her because she looks neutral, as you say, and I wanted to add an Integrity doll to my collection just to say I had one! (There is a little bit of the collector in me along with the story teller!) I do a lot of head swapping as it’s the only way I can get the faces I like onto articulated bodies. It is a little scary at first, but once you get going, it’s easy. I use a hair dryer, being very careful to point it away from the doll’s hair, and a very small screwdriver. Good luck if you decide to try it! There’s loads of helpful videos on YouTube.

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