There are bodies without necks, bodies with a half ball...etc. I'm inclined to get the first one, but am afraid the neck might appear too long.
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GubernatorFan wrote:especially if the head sculpt is PVC/plastic rather than resin, would be to slice/shave off the neck portion and place the head on a body that has a neck already attached. See head conversion tutorial HERE.
Tarexmd wrote:Thank you so much. Well, it's Resin, not plastic. I kinda like it because it looks more realistic tbh. I might have to glue it on top, which would make changing the clothes in the future difficult, although I don't plan to at all. My biggest concern is that it seems the neck might be a little too tall, and I was wondering if there was a body model in between both extremes I showed...
Tarexmd wrote:If you do end up with a giraffe neck, I suppose the easiest fix is to build up the clothing on the shoulders -- either multiple layers or with padding (for example pieces of packing foam or even my usual go-to, foamies).
Rogerbee wrote:If you want true compatibility then a body like this:
is what you really want.
Rogerbee wrote:TT clones are more expensive, that is true, but, you're guaranteed to find more clothing that will fit, better hands and better heads. Much of the third party industry is geared around HT.
You should have no trouble now finding gear for Keanu now, both Neo and Speed are catered for.
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