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Chris batch just arrived from DollShe craft.
I’m starting to send the parcels to those customers who purchased blank heads, and faceups will be done for those who ordered the faceup service.

Chris is available on my Etsy:…

More info about the mold is on my site:…
Chris heads batch arrival by scargeear


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I live in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Art was my hobby since childhood, and I tried various forms of it, so I have rather wide than deep skills.

I chose BJD dollmaking as a synthetic form of art where I can express myself and put my capabilities to a good use. Occasionally I do other projects but most of my time I dedicate to a doll-related stuff.

I'm a self-taught person: all I know came out of trial and error and from different open sources like books and especially from the net. Never had any classes or private lessons, except a very basic ones when I was a child.
I love to spread the knowledge further adding my own hints and tips, so you can find a plenty of tutorials here:….

Я свободно говорю по-русски, а також вільно спілкуюся українською.

Etsy shop:…
My main blog:

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FearsomeRindall Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Oh my goodness, you make BJDs? That is absolutely amazing! :D I have a quick question to ask you, if you don't mind: I would love to start making BJDs, but don't exactly know where to start. Do you have any tips for a beginner like me? :)
scargeear Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much! - Aimi-doll tutorial was the main source of BJD making knowledge when I just joined the hobby in 2009, and it's still very good. You actually don't have to know Japanese to understand it, as the pictures are pretty clear. - The Joint forum is for BJD makers where they share their progress works and knowledge.
That's enough for the start, you'll find more info eventually.
FearsomeRindall Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Awesome! Thank you so much for all the cool information, I will make sure to check it all out. Looks like my Japanese-speaking skills will finally pay off. XD Thanks again, and keep up the great work! :D
scargeear Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
sakura-kaze Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Thank you for the llama!
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