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petek, 3 decembra, 2021

Woman creates ‘creepy’ realistic baby dolls that are so life-like they ‘make people cry’

by A.P.

Cristina’s baby dolls come in all shapes, sizes and skin tones, with some made fully clothed, while others are presented as sleeping newborns in lavish bedding

A woman is freaking people out with her silicone baby dolls that are so life-like they leave some questioning whether they are real babies.

Cristina Jobs, 35, from Deltebre, Catalonia, is a professional sculptor who adds incredible detail to silicone models of newborn babies that make people ‘cry’ as they look shockingly real.

Cristina’s baby dolls come in all shapes, sizes and skin tones, with some made fully clothed, while others are presented as sleeping newborns in lavish bedding.

One image shows a brown-haired baby wearing a beautiful peach-coloured dress and grey booties, lying on beige fabric.

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