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    Thank you for letting me know ! I'm relieved that's it not only a problem on my side ^^"

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    OK, it should be fixed now hopefully. There is also a link to a spreadsheet with the measurements, along with some for other dolls.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing
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    Thanks so much allurose...yep, it's fixed now!

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    Oh thank you! That is very helpful!

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    Hi!

    How does one measure RED's head for a wig? European sculpt. I believe I saw the size somewhere on the forum, but I could not find it Help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie Brown View Post
    Hi!

    How does one measure RED's head for a wig? European sculpt. I believe I saw the size somewhere on the forum, but I could not find it Help?

    I think the REDs are size 4 for wigs.
    Question: What is the "scale" of REDs? 1/6? (I don't even know what that means... they're 1/6 human size? XD)
    Thank you.

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    Resin ED Measurements

    Quote Originally Posted by arcane_love View Post
    I think the REDs are size 4 for wigs.
    Question: What is the "scale" of REDs? 1/6? (I don't even know what that means... they're 1/6 human size? XD)
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    1:6 means that for 6 inches in real life, the doll has 1 inch. So a six foot tall person would be twelve inches tall as a 1:6 scale doll.

    EDs are truly a bit tall for 1:6 scale. They would be 7-8 feet tall proportional to a perfectly 1:6 scale room.

    In height they are about 1:5. But of course the bodies of ED are not proportional to a real human (they are too thin and lanky). So many clothes designed for 1:6 dolls will fit in girth while being shorter in length.
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    Resin ED Measurements

    Thanks for the explanation !


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    Nice! Thank you !!

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