Great news, everyone Yeolume is now available for preorder at Pullipstyle. Yeolume can be preordered here, she is due approximately the 30th of May and her price is a mere $78 (plus shipping). A second Yeolume named Black berry has just been announced, while she is not yet available for preorder it is worth noting that the original release’s name has been revealed as Podo.
And… I suppose I should admit that I just preordered Podo myself via Pullipstyle ^^; When she was first announced I didn’t know what to make of her but after spending some time with the production sample, I grew quite fond of her so I’m glad Pullipstyle was able to stock her for sale.
On a personal note, I’m horrible sick at the moment not as sick as I was earlier this week when I ended up in the hospital but I’m not still not well. What was initially thought to be horrible allergies actually turned out to be several other things instead. There has been significant improvement in my health over the last day so while I’m hopeful that I’ll be able to attend Anime Boston next week, I really can’t say how probable my actually making it there is at this point.
It’s that time of the year again, all the flowers are in bloom and my allergies are officially kicking my ass ^^; Due to the above mentioned allergies I didn’t get quite as many photos of Yeolume as I would have liked but I wanted to share some of the photos I have taken of her.
For those of you who don’t know, Yeolume is currently here on loan from Pullipstyle. She is a production sample.
I decided to play off the fact that Yeolume is a schoolgirl and did a school themed shoot with her. I kept her mostly stock just added a set of glasses (msd sized) and gave her a set of pigtails to show how different she can look with just a few simple changes.
Variety is the spice of life, so rather than another doll post I decided to do a post focusing on one of my new anime figures that I acquired during my recent figure shopping binge. The Sakura or Cherry Blossom version of the Vocaloid Miku Nendoroid was originally a Good Smile Shop/Good Smile x Karaoke no Tetsujin Cafe exclusive, I missed the preorder so I picked mine up on the secondhand market.
Miku has been here about a month or so but I was kind of waiting for the flowers to come into bloom before taking pictures of her.
As promised though not without a bit of a delay (hectic work schedule this week T_T) here is a post focusing on comparing Yeolume to other dolls in the Pullip family. As I covered in my other post on Yeolume, she is the newest member of the Pullip family and is Pullip’s future daughter. Pullipstyle was generous enough to loan me a production model they had obtained from Groove so I am trying to make the most of her short time here and take lots of pictures not to mention share as much useful information about her as I can.
Sewing Measurements: Neck Girth: 3 cm, Chest: 8 cm, Waist: 6.5 cm, Buttocks: 9 cm, Thigh Girth: 5.5 cm, Calf Girth: 4.5 cm, Arm Girth: 3 cm, Arm Length: 8 cm, Neck to toe: 18 cm, Waist to toe: 13 cm, Thigh to toe: 10.5 cm & Foot Length: 2 cm
Warning hardcore doll nudity behind the cut- don’t look if you are easily offended by plastic dolly bits .
Posted in Blythe, byul, Dal, Doll, isul, Pullip, Taeyang/ Namu
Tagged Blythe, byul, Dal, doll comparison, isul, Pullip, taeyang, yeolume, yorume
Please meet the newest member of Pullip’s family, Yeolume! Yeolume is Pullip’s daughter from the future. She is the seventh member of the Pullip family to be introduced (the other six members being Pullip, Namu who has since been retired, Taeyang, Dal, Byul and Isul). Unlike other members of the Pullip family, rather than have an articulated body she has a bendy body (her body is more similar to Blythe than any member of the Pullip family). Also unlike all the other Pullip family members, Yeolume is not made by Groove but by Ars Gratia Artis. Because she isn’t made by Groove she hasn’t really been widely distributed in the US yet, she is currently available via Pullip.net.
I am very fortunate and privileged to have a Yeolume visiting me right now. Pullipstyle very graciously has loaned me the production model of Yeolume that they received from Groove. Since she is just here for a limited amount of time, I am trying to make the most of her visit and take plenty of pictures of her. I will be doing a short series of blog posts focused on her including a post featuring size comparisons with her and the other Pullip family members (and other size specific stuff) as well as at least one other focusing on her outside of her stock (as she is not my doll, I will not be making any permanent changes to her ie. while I like to see what she looks on a dal body, I’m not doing it because she isn’t mine).
Latidoll announced the theme of “The Pharoah’s Revenge” for their new limited edition release. Orders will be open up until 27th of May (Korean time). Eight dolls have been revealed to be in the release including two animal dolls, rather shockingly my favorite sculpt Lea is absent from this release (the last time she wasn’t part of a LE release was the Bremen Town themed release).
It really doesn’t seem like the Bat Child event was very long ago, I know my wallet still hasn’t fully recovered from it.
July Pullip releases were revealed today, a new Cinderella series was revealed and the next two dolls in the Steampunk Project Season 2 ~ eclipse~ series were revealed.
All in all it is looking like July may become a very expensive month, between the number of quality releases as well as the price tags.