Hi Archangel, welcome!
If you're in the U.S., you can read more about the CP laws here and how they relate to simulated acts of sex involving minors:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_porn ... ted_States
From what I've read, you could potentially be in some hot water for producing the images you're talking about, as there are sanctions in some states against producing CP even when it doesn't involve real children. I hope you'll be careful about posting anything that could get you into trouble. The most important thing is keeping yourself safe.
Do you mind my respectfully asking what you gain from posting photos of your dolls engaging in simulated sex acts, and what you would gain by posting photos involving you with them? Is it a sense of community with others who share your desires, a form of sexual release, or something else? I ask because I question the value of such images, especially when they are distributed in public places, and consumed by people who are strangers to you. Many people here share your love and respect for children (you might consider posting in the general paraphilia forum, as there is much more traffic there), and I certainly honor those feelings, but I do wonder what message these kinds of photos send, and what values they embrace.
As a child, I enjoyed very much the close friendship of adult men, but if I found such photographs in their possession, I admit I'd have felt confused and intimidated by them. As an adult, I feel uneasy about the objectification they represent. I understand that my question isn't related to your post, so please excuse my bad manners; but if you care to share your thoughts, I'd be interesting in learning more about your point of view.
In any case, welcome to the forum!