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"I know how peculiar it sounds," he tells me over the phone. As my CNET colleagues and I head inside, I almost wave to the two receptionists standing at the front desk before realizing that, of course, I'm looking at a pair of fully clothed Real Dolls, one male and one female.Behind them is a makeshift showroom featuring a squad of scantily uniformed dolls and a corner lined with rows of doll heads that showcase the available hairstyles and facial designs.Tan, lean and tattooed, he looks every bit the California dreamer, and his fixation on re-creating the human form spans decades."My original creation, in terms of what a Real Doll is today, was not intended to be a sex toy in any way," he says.An artist by trade, Mc Mullen personally took on the challenge of crafting the exact face Tom was envisioning.Over the course of a few months, he emailed the self-described perfectionist countless revisions and tweaks.Our guide for the day is Dakotah Shore, Mc Mullen's nephew and Abyss' head of shipping, operations and media relations. Photographers love using Real Dolls as models, he tells me with a smile.
The rest of the walls, meanwhile, are lined with framed, posterized photos of Real Dolls in a variety of imaginative settings and inviting poses -- a sexy librarian reaching for a tome on the top shelf, for example, or an Amazonian bombshell sprawled out seductively on a chaise lounge.That worked for Tom as far as the doll's slender, lightly tanned body was concerned, but he had something much more specific in mind for the face."It was one of only a few such projects that were in such detail," says Abyss Creations CEO, founder and chief designer Matt Mc Mullen.Mc Mullen says his team can make just about anything to order for the right price.But the company draws the line at animals, children and re-creations of people who haven't given their permission to be replicated, celebrity or otherwise.
One such customer is a man I'll call "Tom." Tom lost his wife of 36 years to cancer in 2015.