PHOTOS, HAIR AND OTHER FAQ
What type of photos do
We accept jpeg, Bmp,
png, AI, PS, PDF
What kind of photos do
We are as good as what
we receive. The best way to figure out if the photo you use to create
your doll is considered good enough. Act like you do not know the
person. If you look at the photo, can you see the detail of the face - such
as dimples, wrinkles etc. If you can see them, so can we and we can add
them to the creation which will make the doll more resemble the actual
person. We require 1 primary photo in the expression you want the doll to
be in. We are not able to use multiple photos (it would be like trying to
make words from different media sources, it ends up looking like a ransom note
- so would the doll)
Do I have to tell you
the eye color?
Yes, the reason we
require the eye color is that sometimes photos do not show it properly.
Some photos have red eye as well making it hard to determine.
What are the rules in
regards to Hair Styles?
We fall back to the
primary photo in regards to the hair style. We recommend for some folks
who wear their hair a certain way in the back to provide a rear or profile
photo so we can see the type of hair they are referring to.
Important note: Our bobblehead dolls are created with either
resin or polymer clay. Both compounds are hard by nature. Due to
the construction of our dolls, the hair line must not interfere with the
shoulders or neck. We will do our best
to make the hair on the doll low enough to allow a bobble action. If the hair is lower than the shoulders, the
movement will be restricted. Requests to make the hair in the front and
back below the shoulder; is fine but your doll will have limited or no movement
within the head. For this type doll, we recommend our clients to order a
fixed head type where we have no limitations. If you provide a photo with
long hair, we will do our best to make the hair like the photo and provide as
much movements as possible. But we do urge you to only create the hair
above the shoulder to allow our bobble head dolls the maximum bobble action