The Ever After High Facebook and Instagram accounts have been posting close-up photos of a new doll with the hashtag #SDCC2014
What if the time has come to step out in a hexcellent new look… starting with some big bad #shoes? #EverAfterHigh#SDCC2014
“Imagine if you could unlock another world of wicked possibilities by changing your destiny!”
Facebook: It’s time for me to follow my heart! I need to to rewrite my own story! No more riding in the shadows! #EverAfterHigh #CeriseWolf #SDCC2014
Instagram: Cerise is rewriting her destiny & embracing her legacy as the daughter of the Big Bad Wolf! #EverAfterHigh #CeriseWolf#SDCC2014
Dying to get your paws on the new Cerise Wolf doll? Head over to Matty Collector to learn more about the San Diego @Comic-Con! http://spellbind.in/CWolfSDCC14
Talk about flipping the script! Cerise has decided to follow her fathers legacy instead of her mothers. Goodbye Cerise Hood, Hello Cerise Wolf! Cerise Wolf will be available at San Diego @Comic-Con
I’m thinking this is great news that the Ever After High line is doing well enough that Mattel is going to invest in an SDCC Exclusive.
Comic Con is July 24-27, so you’ve got some time to save you pennies. If you want to pre-order a doll (via eBay or whatever) your 45-day window (to make a PayPal claim in case they aren’t honest people) should begin around June 7.
The Quin Kickstarter has reached over 50% funding! She sits at $1986 (a good year, if I do say something myself) but she still needs $1,514 more! 3DKitBash has posted some updates that I’d like to share:
Here are a couple concept sketches for the items that are to be included:
Back the ‘To The Nines’ level or higher to help your Quin get a little more emotional! -New faces will work with the new head style.
Backers at the ‘To Infinity’ and beyond, will receive (among other cosmic items) a Rocket Pack for Quin! – Pictured is not the final design.
You don’t have to have a 3D printer to appreciate how awesome this is going to be. If you don’t own a 3D printer, you can still back the project at the $5 (or $10) level and help it along. There aren’t any posted rewards for doing this, but I offer my undying gratitude and a “THANK YOU!” from me for helping this along! Go to the Kickstarter and pledge accordingly.
Also, check out the mentions at the top of the page. Thanks 3DKitBash for recognizing rayedelsol.com as a supporter!
I’ve been playing with Sirena. I was a little frustrated that her nose wouldn’t photograph well, so I added a little bit of blushing to her. I went overboard and it stained her plastic! Oops!
I also re-curled her hair yesterday. This is my first successful attempt at straw-curling hair, and I’m very happy with the result!
What do you think? Does the blushing completely ruin her? Or do you like this look better?