Lisa Rae Hansen's latest custom has two good sides

1:00 PM on 10.18.2012 // Kristina Pino
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Check out this custom QiQi for ToyconUK

Miss Lisa Rae Hansen passed along some pictures of her latest creation, a custom QiQi (Platform: Ziqi Wu and Creo Design) headed to ToyconUK next year for a showcase curated by Chris Alexander. It's a little early, but the piece is looking rad either way. Lisa went with a bone motif this time around and, once again, has incorporated a piece of jewelry into the figure. 

Check out the gallery for some pictures of this cutie, and below the jump there's a video demonstrating the figure's functionality as well as a full look from all angles. Really, all artists that make complicated or articulate/multi-functional figures really need to do more videos! 

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