I borrowed the балала́йка (Balalaika) from a resident of the Westmoor apartments for this shoot. This one is a souvenir balalaika. It still has the Russian price tag on it.
I bought this skirt at the Westmoor yard sale. It does not go well with this top, but I wanted to see it on her.
Feodora is playing Korobushka, a traditional Russian folk song.
The black slacks look better with this top!
She is quite good on the three-sting guitar!
Feodora's other photo shoots can be accessed from this index.
Feodora Verochka Tychovich is a life-sized platinum-cured silicone rubber doll. She was produced by Oleg Bratkov (a gifted sculptor) and his beautiful wife Irina (excellent makeup artist), at Anatomical Doll in Vladivostok, Russia. Feodora has Face 3 and Body 3 of their product line. She has a fully articulated skeleton and can pose in most natural ways that a human can pose. There are 'stops' on the skeleton that prevent her from posing in unnatural ways. This also helps to prevent damage to the silicone.
Feodora is wearing a Faded Glory printed top (tan), a Rampage Paisley printed skirt, the Sag Harbor black slacks, the Spice Colored "Y" Necklace Gift Set, the Breast Cancer Crusade Tennis bracelet, the Scroll Cuff watch, the Heart of the Crusade pin, and the Goldtone Marquise Ring all from Avon. Her ballet flats are from Wal Mart.
Her wig (from Forever Young) was given to her by Irina at Anatomical Doll.
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