Nunnally in Wonderland, how do you get to Wonderland……Alice crossovers are far from original, but manage to make almost anything better. So how does our dearest little Nunnally fair in the role of Alice Liddell, well let’s see.
Her face is positively alive, her violet eyes specifically dance with energy. They used three different shades of purple to catch that vibrance and it looks beautiful. Her hair frames her childish face nicely and adds a very innocent appeal to her.
For decencies sake there is a buckle at her throat to hold the top of her dress closed. They did a great job of gathering the fabric down at the corset to make it look tucked in. The paint at this particular intersection is a little bit off the lines though. Speaking of being a little bit wonky the ribbon holding the corset closed looks utterly ridiculous. The belts, buckles, and frills on her jacket look phenomenal however.
Her apron has a few nice folds at the waist. The way the skirt flows out around it also has a very nice natural look to it. Very cute!
Her legs are very thin and feminine. Nunnally’s stockings are the same color as the top of her dress and the large bow in her hair which does make the yellow less distracting then it would have been had the use of the color not been rationed out so well. The black straps on her legs though could have been painted better. They look crooked and uneven, that is not very appealing.
From the side you can see that part of Nunnally’s long hair is pulled back under the ribbon. That’s a very cute touch. The ruffles from her jacket go back behind her neck as well. Another very nice addition.
Her fingers are each individually sculpted and are splayed out as she skips merrily along. The bow tieing off her apron is huge, I think it’s just as big as the front of her apron itself. It does taper in nicely at the sides though and looks really cute!
Her dress flows back behind her getting longer the further back you go. The paint on the white trim is a little sloppy, but not terrible.
Her big yellow ribbon is in fact a double bow. It looks good and the seams and injection marks are on the front so they are blocked from view entirely by her hair.
Her long tresses fall in gorgeous waves. Her hair is positively lovely.
Now those are platform shoes, horribly ugly platform shoes, but platforms nonetheless. Why make them so ugly I have no idea, but honestly it’s visually distracting.
Nunnally’s left hand is curled into a fist, strangely this hand has fingernails whereas the right hand with it’s pretty little splayed fingers did not….
Her base is a large red heart. She fits on it perfectly too, not to snug or to loose. Just right.
Her box is equally delightful, it shows various aspects of Wonderland. The castle and the giant mushrooms just to name a few. We also see Nunnally from two different angles here.
The back of the box shows both Nunnally and C.C. the Cheshire cat.
Everything will be as it isn’t.
Nunnally Meets the Cheshire cat.
The boxes even go together to form a picture.
Overall her paint job could use just a tiny bit of work, but she is really cute and really fun!