The new Inamorata 2.0 body features optional chest plates: Andro and Busty, better poseability, bit more height and intricate new details. The most significant change is the new superb quality resin with subtle translucence that lends it the look of real human skin.
Inamorata dolls are 16″ Haute Couture BJDs made of durable, high quality polyurethane resin. The dolls have 21 points of articulation including double jointed elbows and knees, as well unusual type of hip joint that removes the unaesthetic thing ball or slit. Each doll come with 8 exchangeable hands.
In the photos you can compare the new chest plates for Inamorata: Busty and Andro. Busty is very close to the old Inamorata cup size and able to share the underwire bras of the old body. Andro has a small bust that offers some side boob for skimpy evening gowns, but can easily do some gender bending. Both new busts have more prominently sculpted nipples than Inamorata 1.0.
The photo above illustrates the evolution from old to new body type. The form is essentially the same, but has also taken much customer feedback and Emilia’s personal aesthetics into consideration. The 2.0 is slightly taller by evenly adding height in torso, legs and neck. The waist line is a bit more nipped in, creating more feminine curves and a cuter navel. The legs and arms are completely resculpted to improve the joints, as well as adding a more elegant, streamlined silhouette. The new body holds poses well and the new knee joints solves the issue of kicky knees the 1.0 was suffering from. The voluptuous derriere Inamorata dolls are known for remains the same. The feet have some added detail but are still the same size that can wear shoes from most 16″ fashion dolls. The hands are the improved set debuted at PFDF 2014 together with the Charo sculpt.
The Exchangeable Hands
The set of 8 hands that comes with each Inamorata doll since PFDF 2014 Charo debut: 3 pairs of elegantly expressive hands and a pair of dressing hands that help you slip into the tightest sleeves without a fuss. The Inamorata hands system is easy to change and the different sculpts with ball joints centered or pointing up/down allow more extreme poses.
The hands are easily exchanged by hooks the hands on to the elastic cord inside the arms. The important thing is just to keep the old hand attached until you hook in the new one so that the elastic cord won’t escape inside the arm.
The Inamorata Head Sculpts & Skin Tones:
In addition to the two bust sizes, there are 5 different colour and head options to customize you unique bespoken art doll. Original sculpts, Miao and Nnaji, released on 2012 have been retired/resculpted, and the current personalities include:
- Charo (2014)
- Valerie (2017)
- Midori (2017)
- Nubia (2017)
- Nnaji 2.0 (2015)
The five current skin tones are:
- Milk – White with rosy hue
- Latte – Golden beige
- Caramel – Dusty amber
- Chocolate – Light brown
- Coffee – Charcoal black
The Inamorata body was inspired by the body of a modern dancer. It’s a healthy toned body with long lean muscles definition, yet feminine. She has the long legs of a catwalk model, but is still natural and beautifully proportioned. The body has a lot of carefully sculpted details such as elegant collar bones, ankle bones, wrinkles on her palms and soles of her feet, and fit muscle definition. The joints have been carefully designed keeping lingerie in mind so that the skimpiest bra and undies can cover the main torso joints. One exceptional thing Inamorata has to offer is the new hip joint type. Instead of a slitted ball to connect the hips and thighs there is a mobility joint often used in the larger BJDs, and more importantly the buttocks are sculpted as a part of the legs. This improvement allows the buttocks to move with the legs, the derriere to change shape naturally while posing. Of course this also grants a gorgeous silhouette in lingerie.