1. How do I save dolls?
Look for the grey circle & half-circle buttons on the top-left of games. The circle will save an image of the entire game to your computer. The half-circle will save a vertical, 400x600 pixel image to your computer, which is perfect for uploading to Doll Divine if you are a Premium member. NOTE: being Premium does not help save, it only allows you to upload images from your computer, to galleries.
If you don't see the grey buttons, or they don't work, you have to PrintScreen them the old school way
2. When will the _____ doll be finished?
I don't know and I can't estimate. Doll making is full of surprise problems and glitches and it's impossible to estimate. Games have taken anywhere from a week, to eight months to finish.
3. How can I upload an old doll or a doll from a game without a Saving function?
Because of the strain on the website's memory, this function is only available to Premium Supporters. By supporting the site for $1 per month, you can also save unlimited dolls, give feedback on games that are currently being created, and browse the site ad-free!
4. Can I use/sell the dolls for adoptables/prints/avatars?
Yes, but please link back to the game you used. However, if the game doesn't have a DollDivine link inside, it was made by someone else and you need to contact them for permission.
5. I saw someone stealing your art!
Kindly ask them to link to me if they haven't. Other than that, don't worry, I probably don't mind.
6. Do you take requests?
No, but I love suggestions. Right now I have a list with thousands of them so I don't need more, but in the future I'll make a part of the site where people can submit/discuss them in detail.
7. What do I do if I see an inappropriate doll?
The best thing to do is to e-mail me a link to the doll in question. Keep in mind, blood, zombies, tasteful romance and implied or artistic nudity is okay. Exposed genitals and explicit sexual acts, especially ones involving non-consensual acts, are likely to be removed.
Take care and have fun!
~ Ola Rogula