I hope someone reads this and can give me some input on these two beautiful dolls. They are both used and I have heard Inques head is larger so many wigs don't fit is this true? if you had to choose which one would you pick? If either please send me some photos of your lovelys
Hi! I have a Tick myself so I can't help much with info on these two particular dolls. But for myself (of course everyone's different!), I would base my decision more on which doll speaks to you most, or that you are drawn to. I have heard that the new line of dolls will have a whole new body and sculpt so it remains to be seen if the 'old' clothes will fit or not...also I read that some of the dolls shoes don't fit all of the dolls. And yes I have heard that Inque head is bigger. Maybe it depends too on if your doll will only be dressed in Fashion Beyond Reason or will you girl wear other items, I try all kind of clothes on mine, Tyler, alex, Gene, Avant G etc and some work and some don't. There are also some artists out there making fab one of a kind fashions too. I am not sure if my responce has helped, but I would get the doll that you like the most! I am fairly new to collecting Sybs so I don't have much experience to offer I am afraid, so hopefully someone else can add their pov. By the way, superfrock is having a sale, you can get a venus or ivory new in the box for a pretty good price! Check it out superfrock.com I bought a couple of items that I could't have afforded normally. Please post what you decided as I would love to hear a follow-up. Have a great dolly day! Corrinne
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