BJD Doll FAQ
Please read this if you are interested to learn more about the dolls I photograph. I dont have time to keep answering the same questions over and over again >_< I will be updating this journal entry as time goes on. Feel free to add a question in the comments section and I will try to answer it.
❤ BASICS ❤
What are these dolls?
They are BJD - ball jointed dolls. If you search Google with those keywords you will get plenty of results with companies and other info about them. This is the Wikipedia article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ball-jointed_doll. Also this LJ answers some questions too http://bjd-wtf.livejournal.com/ . If you want to learn more, I would suggest Den of Angels forum (http://www.denofangels.com/forums/).
Do you make them?
No I don't make the actual doll, I don't sculpt it. I am a customizer, I paint their faceups. I am basically a makeup artist for resin dolls. You can find the link to my commission shop
alice nine fanfic Cross Game part 42Cross Game Part 42
It was the second day of their trip. They had spent the first day roaming the locations near their temperate residence, getting familiar with the environment; but for the second day, they would want to go further away. Thankfully, there was tourist bus service and the bus station was nearby, so they were on theirs in the morning.
The tourist attractions in the local area were mostly made up of natural landscapes, parks, hot springs, shops of traditional business and crafts, and a few historical sites. They decided to try the natural landscapes and parks first.
Both dressed in their casual wears, they left the tourist bus when the bus arrived at the station they had in mind, and started the sightseeing.
The first location was a park at a hilltop. By the time they got to the park, there was a fair going on. It was a public holiday, the park was filled with visitors, whilst street art performers wandered amongst them, entertaining passer-by with their different tricks.
alice nine fanfic Cross Game part 41Cross Game part 41
Five days after they had the conversation with Nao and the Amanos, Tora and Saga were on their way to go to a train, heading for their trip to Chichibu, Saitama. The two teenagers had decided to travel with just small backpacks and two light suitcases. The Amanos and Nao had gone to the train station to see them off.
By the time their train was about to arrive at the station, the entire family had decided to move up to the platform together. Like many other people who went to the station to see their families or friends off to their own journeys, members of Amano family also thought it would be best to see the two boys off on the platform, to make sure that the two of them got on the train safe and sound.
“Happy Honeymoon!” Nao said cheerfully to the newlyweds.
“It is not—” Tora argued tiredly.
“Don’t be shy!” Ignoring his younger brother’s weak protest, Nao continued to grin brightly as he waved at the pair,