It defies the laws of foofie softness. I’m super thankful my boyfriend’s aunt was sweet enough to give me some of the angora wool from her sheep! It’s so soft, and very good quality, and the best part is that the goat didn’t have to he harmed to get it (this was from last year’s shearing).
Also, sorry for blurriness. I tried to get better lighting because of fussy phone, but it’s getting dark and rainy outside…
the whole fuss is here lol
This makes me super mad. If you can, please report his kickstarter (you can’t report intellectual property theft unless you’re the original creator of the images used). This man is making money off of people’s BJD pictures and even images from LARP Facebook pages, and acting like he’s actually sketching this stuff out and painting it. Ugh.#bjd #art theft
Guess who got spoiled today! His wig still needs a little work. Also, I went to an antique store and they had eyes! Loads of them! Though most of them were sun-damaged and faded, I found four pairs that were awesome. In the top picture, he’s wearing the bright blues in the bottom right.#bjd #ringdoll #ringdoll frankenstein
I absolutely despise the term “normal skin”. No one close to me knows this because I approach this subject with silent fury. Unfortunately this is a norm for a majority of companies, but I will never ever refer to my lighter dolls as normal. They’ll always either be paper white, pink skin, or yellow skin. Nothing should be regarded as normal or abnormal when it comes to resin (or skin) color.
I actually think “peachy” would be a better term for it. You have your tan, ebony, cream, and I do kind of think it sounds weird to call just one of them “normal”.#bjd