I don’t tend to talk much about my dolls, just put their name and sculpt on the photo and be done with it.
I’m going to try to take fresh portraits of each of my crew and add a bit about them. I don’t know how long it will take, so for Theron I will use what I have on hand. This September, he’ll have been with me for two years. He was not technically my first doll - I got my Puki before him. Going from a tiny Puki to a 70cm Model Doll was interesting! Nonetheless, it was love at first sight.
Being that he was my first SD sized doll, first whiteskin, first limited, first lots of things… I was, of course, a huge n00b. He’s been through a lot because of my own lack of knowledge about dolls and I admit I didn’t take as good care of him as I should have. Even through all that, he has been loved. I did not leave him on my dresser out of neglect or not caring, I left him sitting there so every morning I would wake up and see him, be able to walk over and talk to and hold him. I wanted him in my sight and easily accessible at all times.
When I was going through rough times, he was my comfort doll. My security blanket. I held him and cried into his wig, stroking it and cuddling him to calm down. I still sometimes take him out just to hold him and have him near me. I know he looks frightening, but I’ve never cared. He’s beautiful to me and close to my heart.
I have my favorites in my collection. I have dolls that I consider rare, beautiful, unique, special.
None of them will replace Theron in my heart. He was my “first” in a lot of regards and he will always be my dearest.
Theron Ulondarr - DM Film Noir Lawrence