Saturday, April 8, 2017

Moana Bootleg Doll

I found these bootleg Moana dolls!

Out of curiosity, I bought one.

It cost me P150.

At home, I deboxed her. It was really easy.

"Good ideal partner I grew up"

Out of the box.

Side glance! I believe this is the sculpt from Disney Store!

Her hair is curly. Quite unruly but it was really soft. And I was surprised that it is also generously rooted for a bootleg doll!

Her top.

 Her skirt.

Her neck knob. It was easy to behead Moana. I think it's also necessary because the halter strap isn't removable at all, and I won't be able to put it on and off with the doll head in the way.

I was surprised that the skirt has a ribbon attached to it, to keep the skirt from riding up the waist.

Not bad.

Most of the body is made of hollow plastic, while the arms are rubberised. Also the built in necklace looks cool.

I compared the bootleg body to Rhian's. Rhian is the name of my Curvy Barbie.

At the back, her necklace isn't painted silver anymore.

For fun, I made bootleg Moana wear the skirt I made for Rhian a while back. I haven't continued working on this custom dress yet. Sigh.

I have to say, it looks cute on her.

Oh yeah.

/Later I learned that Fake Moana can stand pigeon-toed! I think this might come in handy for photo shoots!


  1. Very interesting! Her body seems very shiny, but her head is more matte. Not bad for a knock off!

    1. Oh yeah her body is shiny and feels light and hollow except for the arms that are made of rubber, but I like this knock off. She has potential!

  2. Congrats. I'm looking to add a Moana doll to my collection. The red skirt you made is perfect and looks nice with that top.

    1. I hope I can find a real one at the thrift store, but that might take a while, lol.
      Thank you!!

  3. Wow how fast they were able to create a bootleg! Not bad!

    1. I want to buy a bootleg Emma Watson Beauty and The Beast doll, if there's any, lol.