Not intended to be a comprehensive list, but if there’s something you think should be here, let me know in the comments or via the comment form (under Info.)
Characters, Textures – Mil 3 & Gen 4
Blythe A3 || Tiffany K4/Chibi || M4 Mannequin || V4 Mannequin || Le Masque V4 || Mingka Lumiere V4 || Mingka Noire V4 || Raysee Doll V4 || Piper V4 || 26 Black & White V4 || Jingles V4 || My Little Dolly V4 || Annie V4
Notes: The Blythe textures work on other Mil3 figures, converts well to V4, and is bargain-priced. Tiffany K4 comes with a clean skin as well as a wrecked doll texture — I love the the cracked glass eyes. The M4/V4 Mannequins come with seam morphs, several skin materials, and a stand. Le Masque and Mingka are painterly and doll-like. Raysee Doll has a rag doll face texture, though the skin itself is realistic-looking. Piper (and her unavailable M4 partner Nassir) are fairly smooth-skinned textures; the flower-like fantasy textures are great for faeries. Jingles has a clean texture in addition to the swirly mad Christmas Elf look. My Little Dolly and Annie both have a lot of options to make multiple types of dolls.
Characters, Textures – Genesis & V4
Notes: Dolled Up comes with various skin materials, make up options, clothing, and props. Numerous texture options and shaping helpers are included with the Ball Joint Doll.
A3 Ballet || Romance Tutu V4 || Degas Ballerinas V4 || VI Circus Jester V4 || Snow Bride V3 (A3 / V4) || My Princess V4 || Gothic Love A3 || V4 Basic Wear || M4 Basic Wear || Black Alyss V4 || Wonderland Alice V4 || 50’s Dress K4 || Vintage Boy K4 || Vintage Girl K4 || Florabelle V4 / Genesis || Flower Fairy for Dawn || Puck M4 || Rose Fairy V4 || Just Jokin V4 / Genesis || Susie’s Rags V4 || Light Mage A3 || Dark Mage V3 / A3 || Amusement V4 || Imprisonment V4
Notes: Aiming for what I think covers basic doll clothing, from the traditional to the peculiar. Ballerinas and brides are a common theme, along with swim wear. Most of the RDNA A3 and V3 outfits are bargain-priced; grab them while you can. The Snow Bride V3 converts well to V4 — and there’s always the V4-to-V3 figure option. Both basic wear sets for M4 and V4 are currently free. The K4 50’s Dress comes with dirty, tattered options for spooky chibi dolls. The Vintage Girl is tailor-made for those Holly Hobbie-style dolls (nice free textures
on this page and eblank has a goth-ish texture for it here.) The Rose Fairy comes with props: a big rose and a cute ladybug.
There are lots of fairy outfits (Mada!), ballerina sets, and Asian-inspired clothing in various stores, so I know I’m missing a lot here.
Extras & Props
Notes: Toon Teeth for faker-looking teeth! Use the morphing dome and key from Base Camp 3 to make a music box. Ditto for the circus stage (just add a key.) Dress Dummy to display those pricey doll clothes. Old-fashioned doll props for old-fashioned dolls. The Toy Store backdrop is also listed in the freebies.
Hair, stand-alone figures, and stuff I don’t own (yet!) inside…
Notes: Honestly, just about anything by ali will work great for dolls; his hair props are kind of a mix between realistic and toony. (I don’t have Hr-142, but it’s next on my list to add to my ali collection.) Penny Hair is also available for a whole bunch of other figures; just do a search for it at RDNA.
Notes: Toon figures also look (mostly) like toys. Koshini 2 and Ichiro 2 are bargain-priced, and so are their additional content (what’s left in the store.) Hein and Vila are great for fae renders, although just about anything from Nursoda’s store would work for quirky or whimsical toy figures.
Stuff I Don’t Own
Ball Joint Doll Genesis 2 Female || Fiends Forever Base Genesis 2 Female || Fiends Forever Base Genesis 2 Male || Alysa Character & Hair V4/Genesis 1 || Anime Doll Kit || Ball Joint Doll || Dolls Delight Poses || Doll’s Moves Stand & Poses || Display Cases || Factory Outlet Store
Notes: The Fiends Forever bases have lots of add-on content. Studio Maya’s figures are oldies but goodies — and you can buy them for considerably less at the vendor’s personal store (please be aware it’s Japan-based.) The doll poses match the doll display props listed above. The factory outlet might be a little large for a doll shop, but then it’s also big enough to allow for multiple camera angles.
Another really nice doll texture that I bought at RDNA, but which is no longer available for purchase, is Porcelain for Miki 2 (you can still buy Miki 2, though I don’t have her.) I bought the Miki 2 license for the Texture Converter 2 just so I could use this on V4 and, by extension, Genesis. Here it is on the Genesis Ball Joint Doll.