|Circa 1980s Ken Clone "James"|
|James has a very broad nose. Based on this, I can safely assume this sculpt, marked MADE IN/CHINA on the back, was only used for Black dolls. He has a jointed waist.|
|Steve by Fibre-Craft and James|
Recall from a previous post that I ordered two Ken Fashionista #162 dolls. My plan had always been to redress one and to keep the other in the package. That task has been completed and Steve was given Ken #162's clothes.
|After dressing James, my first Ken clone by Jakks Pacific joined in to take a height comparison photo.|
|This is an appropriate redress for Ken #162|
Ken's brown painted eyes and his half-rooted and half-painted hair are illustrated in the above collage. The hair is rooted on the top and painted on the sides to create his low-top fade.
|The Fraternal Twins Zack and ZiZi|
|ZiZi added earrings and a choker.|
|Claiming her independence, ZiZi wears jewelry and red sneakers to distinguish her outfit from her brother's.|
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