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Foldable Glastonbury type chair for BJDs :iconscargeear:scargeear 6 6 Moroccan sofa for BJDs :iconscargeear:scargeear 18 4 Moroccan sofa for BJDs :iconscargeear:scargeear 8 2 Art Nouveau style BJD chair :iconscargeear:scargeear 5 2 Rococo style BJD armchair :iconscargeear:scargeear 18 6 BJD Chocolate Brown Victorian shoes :iconscargeear:scargeear 8 2 BJD Khussas Aladdin slippers :iconscargeear:scargeear 6 2 BJD golden slippers :iconscargeear:scargeear 1 2 Violet 1/4 BJD Outfit for MSD :iconscargeear:scargeear 8 2 Dusty Pink 1/4 BJD Outfit for MSD :iconscargeear:scargeear 8 2 Green BJD Romantic/Fantasy Outfit :iconscargeear:scargeear 78 5 Laced shoes with red leopard patten :iconscargeear:scargeear 3 6 BJD harem jutti slippers and hat :iconscargeear:scargeear 10 4 BJD female heeled slippers :iconscargeear:scargeear 12 6 BJD Army sandals :iconscargeear:scargeear 6 6 BJD Blue converse boots :iconscargeear:scargeear 5 4


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The head is sculpted by me and will be casted at DollShe craft.

Head circumference: 21,5 cm
Neck circumference: 10-11 cm
Suitable bodies: 65-70 cm
Eye size: 8-10 mm, low dome with small iris recommended.

Prices: $145 for main skintones, faceup order is also possible for an additional fee.
Preorder will end on May 15th.

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Thomas v. 2.0 preorder 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:…
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dawnssong4u Featured By Owner 2 days ago  New Deviant Professional General Artist
what type of clay do you sculpt your beautiful dolls from? do you sculpt your dolls and then fire them all yourself?
scargeear Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you! There are 3 types of clay that I currently use:
- Castilene (hardest grade) is a wax, it's a gray thing that I use for prototyping;
- Mungyo Sculpt Dry is a self-hardening clay, can be used for making full BJD prototypes, is rather strong but can be sanded and cutted easily;
- Apoxie Sculpt is a 2-part epoxy putty, I use white Apoxie. Is stronger than Mungyo and can be used for both prototyping and making one of a kind playable BJDs like my Ascker.
But most of the dolls you see on my page are casted in polyurethane resin. I don't cast by myself - I prefer to commission those services. Then I paint the dolls, make wigs, etc.
dawnssong4u Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New Deviant Professional General Artist
You do excellent art work!! so very beautiful!! I just started felting not long ago and I am so drooling to make a BJD doll. I have naturally drawn/painted/sketched women for too many years :-) and sculpted a few in modeling and or polymer clay
Oh but I've never ever made a bjd doll and I am desperate to make just one! lol
I think I have read ten thousand internet searches
done a couple dozen sketches, have most all the supplies, not settled on stringing/joining type .. but still haven't made one, yet!
I am still admiring you doll artist and the beautiful (hard) work you all do!
Thank you so very much for sharing your clay with me! when I ever get to the point I am ready to start one 'can I possibly ask you at least two questions?
I promise I want drive you mad! but please do tell me If I am ever a bother!
Do you ever do customer work or co-design a doll?
just curious!
Thanks again so much! All my very best to you and yours! Much joy always, dawn :-)
scargeear Featured By Owner 13 hours ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much!
Look, you have such a strong background, - I believe you just need to have a courage and time and start sculpting your 1st BJD.
Here are a few advices:
- plan with detailed measurements and front and side views is a must,
- you can sculpt some dollie parts in a hard plasticine, just to understand how the joints move and what is the range of the movements is,
- if you can find somebody with an Asian polyurethane BJD so you can hold the doll in hands and exam it - do this, it will help you a lot.
And I'll be waiting for your questions))) They're definitely aren't "i wanna make my own bjd so please tell me everything", but are rather thought out. It's always nice to have such questions))
No, I never did a dollie collaboration, as I prefer to do everything by myself ^_^
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Pelegrin-tn Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2017
Сказочные куклы. Спасибо вам большое за эту красоту!!!
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