Described as "a bachelor, without a wife or partner for his bed" and disillusioned by "the failings that nature gave the female heart," he chisels his dream girl out of a "snow-white ivory." Pygmalion treats his artificial lover like a living companion, talking to her, caressing her and kissing her until Venus, the Roman goddess of love, eventually steps in and turns Pygmalion's ivory GF into the real deal.
Versions of the Pygmalion story can be found in countless works of fiction, ballets, films, operas and TV shows.
' And, that's really never been even on the radar," he said.
"It's an alternative form of relationship, nothing more."He's right — Harmony is far from human.
What sets Harmony apart from Roxxxy and the hobby housewives of a few other kinky tinkerers is her pedigree.
Mc Mullen has been perfecting the Real Doll for nearly 20 years and his inventions have appeared in countless movies, TV shows and documentaries. Abyss employs cosmetologists, sculptors, "body builders" and an eye technician, whose sole occupation is crafting those supremely important orbs."You know the saying of the eyes being the window to the soul, really says a lot because that's really how people read each other," Mc Mullen says.
He posted a few pictures to the internet, as one does, and soon after he started receiving requests for replicas with functional genitalia. Early on, Mc Mullen says, he saw his customers applying personalities to their dolls, treating them like flesh-and-blood companions."The push to add technology was coming from that root idea, which was the companionship," Mc Mullen says.
Your chatbots live on the site and can chat independently with others.
The all support the same ancient premise that real women need an upgrade.
The quest for a female substitute reaches far beyond Hollywood, though.
"We look at each other's eyes and and it tells a lot, you know."The boudoir portraits lining the walls of Abyss Creations' otherwise unremarkable office lobby are so strikingly lifelike that I had to remind myself they were photos of dolls.
One particular portrait, a black-and-white closeup of a doll in a blond bob wig is so realistic, it's a dead-ringer for Julia Roberts' hooker with a heart of gold in . The office is divided into a series of R&D rooms and a massive workshop where the dolls are cast and assembled.