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TenmaTenmaVor 5 Tagen
Hello everyone

Lately i have been browsing around for more info on Nendoroid dolls and i would like to ask your help with some questions from some senior Nendo doll collectors, i'm thinking about making a Goro Akechi Nendo doll and maybe make some others after that.

1. What is the main difference between a Male and a Female Nendoroid Body except from the top area?

2. How do you get clothes(Do you make them yourself or do you buy them?)

3. Where do you buy the clothes?

4 How do you store your clothes?

5. How are the joints and limbs do they fall apart easily?

6. Do OB11 clothes fit Nendoroid dolls?

7. To anyone who owns the Nendoroid Pattern books are the patterns easy to make or do you need to know Japanese to understand them?

8. Which type of body would be best archetype or another type for my Goro Nendoroid?

9. Which kind/lenght cm's of shoes will fit the best?


This is not Nendoroid doll related but what would make the perfect embarrassed face for Akechi?



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Tenma The Idolm@ster
noctisityVor 5 Tagen#79738322Other comments seem to have covered everything pretty well, but I just wanna add:
2. I use official clothing from GCS and some clothes from the Picconeemo 1/12 line. For the latter, pants and long shirt sleeves are a tad too long (about 1cm over), but they're not hard to modify or roll up if you have some sewing skills. Shirts are also a bit tight. Jackets fit pretty well though. I currently use a Picconeemo cardigan over this outfit ITEM #806564. I had no issue putting the cardigan on.
3. I buy all my outfits on AmiAmi or Suruga-ya.
4. I store all the outfits in their original packaging. This helps keep them flat/wrinkle-free and prevents staining (not that I have had any issues with staining so far). I then store those in a box.
9. GSC also makes shoes for the doll line (www.amiami.com/...) which I prefer since they have magnets inside and are meant to fit on their weird foot size.
Edit: This blog does a good job comparing nendoroid dolls and obitsus: BLOG #42522



Thank you i was late with the official outfits im still waiting for a re-release of the Fou-kun onesie & thank you for the Picconeemo tip, i totally forgot GSC is releasing shoes too then i know for sure i have the right size.

Actually that blog helped me a lot with deciding with doll body i wanted.
Vor 4 Tagen
Tenma The Idolm@ster
accidiasVor 5 Tagen#797068061. GSC's official website has measurements comparing the two! tl;dr the Boy bodies have slightly broader shoulders and wider waists, while the Girl bodies have a slightly wider chest. The new Man and Woman bodies should have these differences exaggerated.
2/3. I've tried making some clothes, but I prefer to buy them. There's good stores on Etsy, the official clothes aren't hard to find, and if you're familiar with Barbie, Kelly clothes are an almost perfect fit.
4. I use jewelry containers... They're a bit too small, but I don't have much room.
5. The joints are extremely simple, and you can pull them apart without damaging them. That being said, they're sturdy enough that a short-haired Nendoll can stand up on a magnetic surface for at least a few hours without a stand.
6. OB11 pants are too small in the pelvis for Nendolls, and their shoes are too big, but dresses and tops should be close enough.
7. The official pattern books are pretty easy to understand, but I'd still recommend using the translation app on your phone. The real big benefit of getting the books is that they have patterns already drawn out, as there just aren't that many Nendoll patterns available.
8. Probably Boy Almond Milk-- Peach and Cream are extremely pink. Peach is the color of Nendoroid More parts, and should be decently close to your Love Live Nendos for comparison.
9. Nendoll feet are super small, only 1.4 cm. I can only really recommend official products and Kelly shoes as stated before. OB11 shoes are 1.7cm, and while it doesn't sound like a big difference, they really do look super oversized.



Thank you so much for your help, i will order a Almond Milk male body asap, i would never thought there was so much difference in the body types & maybe order a Peach for my LL Nendo's after that & the Seasonal Pattern book i just hope shipping won't cost an arm and a leg and thank you for the shoe advice :D
Vor 4 Tagen
Tenma The Idolm@ster
lesser-robot-catVor 5 Tagen#79706143I can't offer too much advice, other than this: Be sure to wash the fabric before you sew it, because it'll shrink. And don't store it in the same compartment that you keep the doll's extra faces/etc, in case the dye stains. Wherever you store the clothing, make sure there's enough room to lay it out flat so it won't wrinkle. Trying to iron a shirt that tiny isn't impossible, but it is a nightmare.

Thank you i would never guessed you should wash the fabric before sewing & the part about the dye stains so im very grateful for you advice :D


IrahVor 5 Tagen#79706237To me there's not much different between the bodies. So I just buy the male bodies.
I either buy the official clothes or buy/commission from my nendo friends on IG. I made some of my own clothes too.
I store them in a container those with dividers and some in a photo album.
They don't fall apart easily but do find that they get loose over time.
OB11 clothes do fits but it longer and a bit baggy.
Not sure about shoes but they're pretty small.


Thank you so much, i will try to order a male body soon since they are releasing again next week, i have the same containers for my Nendo faces i might clear one out and use that one and will try to find a mini-photo album too that's a great idea a little baggy is fine by me as long its not to much.
Vor 4 Tagen
Other comments seem to have covered everything pretty well, but I just wanna add:

2. I use official clothing from GCS and some clothes from the Picconeemo 1/12 line. For the latter, pants and long shirt sleeves are a tad too long (about 1cm over), but they're not hard to modify or roll up if you have some sewing skills. Shirts are also a bit tight. Jackets fit pretty well though. I currently use a Picconeemo cardigan over this outfit ITEM #806564. I had no issue putting the cardigan on.

3. I buy all my outfits on AmiAmi or Suruga-ya.

4. I store all the outfits in their original packaging. This helps keep them flat/wrinkle-free and prevents staining (not that I have had any issues with staining so far). I then store those in a box.

9. GSC also makes shoes for the doll line (www.amiami.com/...) which I prefer since they have magnets inside and are meant to fit on their weird foot size.

Edit: This blog does a good job comparing nendoroid dolls and obitsus: BLOG #42522
Vor 5 Tagen
1. GSC's official website has measurements comparing the two! tl;dr the Boy bodies have slightly broader shoulders and wider waists, while the Girl bodies have a slightly wider chest. The new Man and Woman bodies should have these differences exaggerated.

2/3. I've tried making some clothes, but I prefer to buy them. There's good stores on Etsy, the official clothes aren't hard to find, and if you're familiar with Barbie, Kelly clothes are an almost perfect fit.

4. I use jewelry containers... They're a bit too small, but I don't have much room.

5. The joints are extremely simple, and you can pull them apart without damaging them. That being said, they're sturdy enough that a short-haired Nendoll can stand up on a magnetic surface for at least a few hours without a stand.

6. OB11 pants are too small in the pelvis for Nendolls, and their shoes are too big, but dresses and tops should be close enough.

7. The official pattern books are pretty easy to understand, but I'd still recommend using the translation app on your phone. The real big benefit of getting the books is that they have patterns already drawn out, as there just aren't that many Nendoll patterns available.

8. Probably Boy Almond Milk-- Peach and Cream are extremely pink. Peach is the color of Nendoroid More parts, and should be decently close to your Love Live Nendos for comparison.

9. Nendoll feet are super small, only 1.4 cm. I can only really recommend official products and Kelly shoes as stated before. OB11 shoes are 1.7cm, and while it doesn't sound like a big difference, they really do look super oversized.
Vor 5 Tagen
To me there's not much different between the bodies. So I just buy the male bodies.

I either buy the official clothes or buy/commission from my nendo friends on IG. I made some of my own clothes too.

I store them in a container those with dividers and some in a photo album.

They don't fall apart easily but do find that they get loose over time.

OB11 clothes do fits but it longer and a bit baggy.

Not sure about shoes but they're pretty small.
Vor 5 Tagen
I can't offer too much advice, other than this: Be sure to wash the fabric before you sew it, because it'll shrink. And don't store it in the same compartment that you keep the doll's extra faces/etc, in case the dye stains. Wherever you store the clothing, make sure there's enough room to lay it out flat so it won't wrinkle. Trying to iron a shirt that tiny isn't impossible, but it is a nightmare.
Vor 5 Tagen
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