Long time no post… Lol… i have not worked with my dolls for a long time and that us because they were put away in their boxes so i decided ti invest on a simple cube cabinet which is a great idea 😁 i’ll see them more often and i’ll be more creative because they are reachable now lol… i am restyling almost everyone… so i might start posting again bit by bit
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here are two more members of the Cabinet (the highest governing organ of the Cube Society).
the one on the left is the
Treasurer, who controls the Cube Society’s funds and trade. the Treasurer
happens to be the youngest member of the Cabinet. she has worked in her
position for less than a year, while most of the other Cabinet cubes have
held their positions for at least five years. the Cabinet doesn’t have any
habits of discriminating younger members: it’s important for them to get the
new ones into the group as quick as possible to maintain high functioning.
the right side one is the Disposer. she is a secret member of the Cabinet. the Disposer is the leader
of all who work with the deceased: the Corpse Collectors, the Morgue workers
and the Crematorium workers. like the cubes she directs, she officially doesn’t
exist as a person or an individual, but only as a worker who has been removed
from the ranks of the cube people. she takes no contact to the living cubes
except in the Cabinet meetings, where she is present and speaks for her silent
army of caretakers of the dead, and when she interacts with her workers. the Disposer wears a similar kind of uniform as the
Corpse Collectors to hide her identity and protect her hygiene. however, since she is a Cabinet cube, her uniform is more decorated to show her higher position (and thus allowed to be less practical, with a long skirt instead of a shorter tunic and trousers). only the Cabinet, her own workers and
the necessary staff in the Cabinet headquarters know about her post existing.
when the Cabinet appears publicly in front of the people, the Disposer is never
there and is never mentioned. she celebrates privately in separate premises with her own workers, who have no access to the
public celebrations among the normal people.