Updated: Jun 17, 2022
AVAILABLE HEAD SCULPTS
The current 4th generation of Inamorata has 9 sculpts:
Nsia (Serene sculpt inspired by Indya Moore) updated
Alita (Inspired by Lara Stone and Sofia Boutella) updated
Sura (Versatile sculpt with many origins) updated
Chie (Asian sculpt with too many origins to list) updated
Shani (Inspired by Natalie Portman) updated
Lorelei (Inspired by smiling Marilyn Monroe) new
Elizabeth (Inspired by beautifully aged Cate Blanchett) new
Akech (Grumpy young African sculpt with many origins) new
Zen (Blasé young sculpt inspired by Zendaya in Euphoria) new
WHAT CHANGED FROM EARLIER GENERATION
For Inamorata 4th generation, I hand sculpted 4 completely new heads: blasé Zen, inspired by Zendaya, grumpy little Akech, mature beauty Elizabeth and bombshell Lorelei, channelling iconic Marilyn Monroe. The new sculpts brought the total lineup to 9 different face sculpts. As always, the older heads also got a make over, so each tiny casting run means these sculpts are extremely limited: often only 1 head per skin tone ever cast.
I'll be keeping the old sculpt names from 3.0 generation for clarity even though they have evolved. I softened the overall look a bit and gave the faces more emotional expression.
I gave Chie the much requested closed lips. Nsia took up meditation during the pandemic and has a serene Mona Lisa smile. Alita became sad for all the lives lost. Sura and Shani were the most popular sculpts of the 3.0 generation, so I changed them the least. They are merely a bit softer for eating too many snacks in the past year. For more photos check out my Flickr.
Lorelei Head Sculpt (evolution in 3 stages)
This is the 3rd version of Lorelei sculpt. Inspired by Popovy Dolls having narrowed eyes, that can be sculpted open to give more versatility of expression, I touched up Lorelei's eyes. With smaller eyes she can serve that iconic sleepy eyed Marilyn Monroe look or I can sculpt the eyes open per request. I also added some softness as I felt I sculpted the previous versions too peaky. The nose is just a hint bigger to reflect the shape of the nose changing when we smile and I don't think I had taken that into count in the earlier version.