Skin Fair 2013 opens in a few days, the 15th to be exact.
I had the luck of being able to sneak in to preview some of the great items there. That being said one of my favorites so far is the mesh head from Snow Rabbit.
I have not been a huge mesh head fan and have not purchased any of the ones currently available…however that changed when I saw Nea
I fell in love with the innocent and cute features of this mesh head and it is by far one of the most fascinating things I have seen lately. ( I have stared at myself for quite a bit today lol ).
Nea is available in 5 skin tones, but they all appear kinda close in color range to me. Natural White was my favorite tone but you can also get Milky White, Natural Beige, Dark Beige or Bronze. They are all shown here:
The mesh head comes with a HUD that allows you to change an array of things including the eye make up, cheeks and lipstick as well as the color of the eyes. You can also use your own eyes with this head as well…but I really like the ones it came with too
A few of the eye/eye color option as well as lipsticks are shown here:
There is an option to turn tears on or off so you can cry, and the tears are very well done. The eyes on this head close, which allows for a beautiful closed eye effect. I think I really love the eyes the most. They look gorgeous closed. You can see both the tears and the eyes closed here:
Lastly, and one of the most unique things about this mesh head.. is that is it ANIMATED. The head blinks, opens the mouth and smiles all on its own. This is why I am so fascinated by this. I wanted to show the unique animated look of the head so what better way than to make a video! Be gentle, its my first video I have ever uploaded
( since my blog is being lame and errors whenever I try to insert/link it and I don’t feel like uploading it to Youtube lol )
A demo will be available of Nea to try before you buy and I suggest everyone at least give her a go, how can someone resist being so darn cute *.*
For all the in-depth details please refer to the Snow Rabbit Support website which explains all the hud options and details in much more depth than I could fit here:
Here’s all the details: