The Alexander Doll Company was founded in 1923, is still in operation today in New York, NY USA.
Dolls found on this page are the beginning of the hard plastic era 1948 on into vinyl dolls.
I thought I fixed everything, but maybe I didn't get this one?
Would it work if instead of copypasting you wrote the code yourself? I am wondering though, how would I make multiples/infinite amounts of the same draggable item?
I copied the snap back code, put the code on my item below the other code and changed the X's and Y's to where I want them to go.
The clothespins, wooden heads and stands are available online as a set which is super-convenient (shop this project below!
I haven't been too motivated for making a dress up tutorial, since there are so many of them already. And in order to stand out in the great amount of tutorials, I decided to take the average Hapuriainen route: make it unnecessarily large.
I mean, what kind of idiot draws 100 items for a tutorial?
Actually this was already started in autumn, but I didn't have the time to finish it until now.: Fixed the game a bit, the codes should work now. Thanks to Kawaii Pandah for the words of wisdom on the importing art section. I'm at the very end of making my own dress up game and this tutorial has been extremely helpful!
♥ I'm at the part where I want the items to snap back to their place in the wardrobe.