remember when they did that crossover marketing campaign in japan between dangan ronpa and ted
I have a DnD character made for an Ancient Japan/Steampunk campaign. She's an automaton with a soul so she can feel emotions and talk. She has a very cutesy and childlike design. Her owner, a street performer and thief, did this intentionally so she could be used to distract people while they were pickpocketed. I want her closely resemble a doll, but would it be bad to base her design off traditional Japanese dolls (such as bunraku, karakuri, or ichimatsu) or give her kabuki-inspired face paint?