Beautifully done video. Thanks for sharing, Bliss!
Something I noticed when I was watching was that the face on the screen was empty, and not very pretty... but when it was on the doll, animated, even with her puzzled, sort of desperate look, it looked much nicer. The animation, the fact that it was alive, made it more attractive. It's what I don't like of photos of models (body and whatnot aside). I dislike how flat, bland, emotionless their faces are. On the site that Nightbird posted, the woman listed on her wishlist "not to have to wear a lifetime of hardship etched on my face"... and I see the same problem with her 'after' picture. Her face is terrible. It has no character. Living... feeling pain, joy, love, hope, despair, fear, anxiety... these are the things that make one beautiful.
And the doll model has beautiful eyes. Gorgeous.