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Art BJD

Postby Kirahfaye » Tue Dec 20, 2016 5:57 pm

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Re: Art BJD

Postby Iwa_Hoshi » Wed Dec 21, 2016 5:45 am

It would be a very tiny bjd if its anything like its predecessors

Its a Figuarts (comes in male and female), a blank 1/12 (roughly 6 inches) PVC action figure like a Figma.I doubt I could sew for them or do faceups... Had wanted their Figma analog to be Tiny Jack and Tiny Helen to pilot their Titan shells.
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Re: Art BJD

Postby Nimarkiva » Sat Jul 29, 2017 1:42 pm

I have a pair of these guys, the male in grey and the female in the flesh tone. They are super-duper tiny, and don't come apart aside from at the hands, they aren't really meant to. And the hands are a pain, they're the sort that have a small round ball you have to force in. It works, but I'm always afraid I'll break them, so it takes a while to change hands because I'm trying to be careful. I still haven't seen yet if there are any videos on how to take them apart to, say, tighten things that are loose and whatnot.

However, they pose great, are really fun, and really quite tiny. It would take some fine details to do a faceup on them, and they are vinyl. I'm still trying to determine what I want to do with my two because like Hujoo, your faceup ain't really gonna come off. XD (However, I have painted small details on dolls before with a fine needle and acrylic paints, so a faceup isn't out of the question.) Sewing for them is the other thing- they are tiny. Like, seriously tiny. I'm still debating how best to do hair for these two.

The male is also a bit taller than the female, I could post pics of my duo if you'd like.
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Re: Art BJD

Postby DollyKim » Sat Jul 29, 2017 2:26 pm

if it's pictures of dolls the answer is always yes. I'm pondering a tiny tribe any way.
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Re: Art BJD

Postby Nimarkiva » Sat Jul 29, 2017 3:35 pm

Right, some photos of these two. Apologies in advance for doll nudity. XD

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Just for the record, I have really tiny hands- six inches or so is the height for these guys, and they are really detailed for their size, as you can see.
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Re: Art BJD

Postby DollyKim » Tue Aug 08, 2017 9:11 am

Tempting...
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