bj-stands-for-balljoint

yaminekotsuki:

are-you-royal-or-rebel:

teddybearbones:

coleslawdraws:

what about a Muslim Ashlynn?

since there is a Indonesian/Malaysian variant of Cinderella, and both those countries are Muslim-majority nations. 

Also super cute :3

!!!!!!!!!!!

troublesome-acronym

lliminal:

cosmic-dust:

julien mcdonald

swoon

This entire outfit makes me so happy

teal-drops:

•••Giveaway•••

Hello Tumblr! :3

I’ve reached 100 followers a while ago but never got around to say thank you for all of my dear followers. :) Now I would like to make a small giveaway to celebrate this milestone. ^^

I will choose one winner randomly.

Prize: two necklaces, one for you and the same for your doll :) (1/3 size)

I will ship the prize everywhere for free via registered airmail.

How to enter the giveaway

1) There is no need to follow me here on tumblr, but if you wish, you’re welcome. :)

2) You must reblog this post to enter the giveaway. Likes and more reblogs count!

3) The giveaway ends at 6:00 AM September 1st 2014 ( UTC+01:00, Central European Time). I will announce the winner one day after that. ^^

I will contact the winner via tumblr message.

Again, thank you everybody for the support, you really help me a lot. :)

three-eyed-girl replied to your post: I’m almost afraid to say it, but… It m…

dang, that is a NICE wig, you don’t see many fiber wigs successfully give the impression of a short cut!

RIGHT?! It’s mohair from Mudoll (which apparently used to be Glib). I waited weeks for it to arrive by airmail and it was worth every second. (Somehow I knew it would be good, since I had to either pay $25 for shipping or wait weeks. Murphy’s law of BJD accessories.) It feels amazing to the touch, too, soft and super dense.

Now the struggle begins: I must not buy all of their wigs.

I’m almost afraid to say it, but…

It might be?

A wig?

I actually like on him?

Actually a wig I love on him?

Holy shit?

agameofclothes:

Leather overwear for Meera Reed, Iris Van Herpen

game-of-style:

House Martell - Alberta Ferretti Pre-spring 2011

This wig is big and unruly…but I kinda love it?

bjdconfessions:

When I wear my face mask and hold my whirling dremel tool up to whatever doll project I’m carving on I suddenly feel like a plastic surgeon..(pun intended)and the doll is my patient. I only have one doll that hasn’t had a nip and tuck. I’m ok with that.

Image by BJDConfessions

❝ Shocked ! and in first, it was just for alarm ! not for battle and fight… you agressive me… shocked ! you don’t know me ! don’t talk anymore with me ! I don’t like the fight and battle !
shocked ! ❞

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I was playing with the new character models in WoW and decided to post what real Valsiadona and real Zoe look like. Valsia has much cooler gear on live servers though. All of the best tiers: 1, 5, 6, 8.

Secret: I hate playing blood elves (especially the Silvermoon RP communities on any server) but I like their lore a lot. That’s how I ended up with Valsia, and Valsia ended up with a living sister. :\

easilyannoyedcamwhore:

truebjdconfessions:

I dont really like talking to people directly, so I use my doll as my medium. The only people that have a problem with this are the doll people at meet ups. Why is it so hard for you to talk to my doll instead of me? I really dont like eye contact and prefer to speak and be spoken to through my doll. Please respect my decision and your snark isn’t needed.

~Anonymous

Hallo Anon’s Doll,

My first thought was that I found it odd that only other doll-people have a problem with it, but then I thought some more.

Am I right in thinking that you and your owner, like me, probably lead a fairly housebound life? Not necessarily stuck indoors, but certainly only meaningfully talking to a small handful of people on a regular basis. Those people will have got used to your owner’s unusual method of communication, and probably already knew and loved your owner long before your owner started talking via you.

New people are, I’m afraid, going to find your arrangement strange - It’s tacky if they make much of an issue once your owner has made really clear that it’s not a joke, and that it is seriously how want to communicate, but at first they will probably assume that your owner is joking. Especially, in fact, at a doll meet, where plenty of people have stories attached to their dolls, and like to pretend that their dolls “Tell them” things, or that they have “needs” of their own. If an owner said to me “I need you to talk to my doll, instead of to me” I would probably assume that they were roleplaying a character, and would go along with it, but would be playing along on the assumption that it was all not serious - So I would probably be quite sarcastic and snarky.

Another thing that your owner may have to consider is, rather than that people are deliberately being sarcastic, that people may have their own issues as to why they can’t talk to a doll, and want to talk directly to a human - A lot of people find it difficult to judge how someone is reacting when they can’t see their conversational partner’s facial expressions (Think about how much some of us hate phone calls!) and thus become more anxious and unwilling to talk. That could result in them just giving up, and being sarcastic behind your back instead, as a form of self-defence.  d/Deaf and heard-of-hearing people who lip-read are another major group of people who by definition will need to see your owner’s face whilst they’re speaking (And partial hearing loss is common enough that you can assume that one or two people at any large doll meet will have it).

As someone who has some issues with eye contact myself, I can make a few suggestions to your owner about how to deal with that - I find that watching someone’s mouth as they speak both naturally breaks eye-contact and still looks attentive to the other person. Wearing glasses (non-prescription) on really bad days gives me a bit of a psychological shield - Like wearing a mask - and it makes eye contact a lot easier. On worse days I wear tinted glasses, which also deal with the light sensitivity brought on by medication, which also gives me a more socially-acceptable reason to wear them.

Finally, though, I must say that your owner might have to try to learn to talk without you. There are a lot of instances where carrying a large and lifelike doll is going to be a major hinderance - Job interviews being the most obvious one, but it must be exhausting and inconvenient to have to pack a doll every time your owner leaves the house, along with all the other things that they need when they go out.

I wonder, could they try just having you in the room, instead of having to have people address you? Or to just carry your hand in their pocket, so that they can touch it when talking to people, and mentally put [my doll says] before speaking the sentence without referring to you? They might also benefit from having a piece of statement jewellery or wearing a brightly-coloured top, which will draw people’s eyes away from making eye-contact, and to looking at the jewellery/top because it’s so distracting.

Anyway, I know it’s not much, but I hope that helps a bit, and I hope you have fun at your next meet.

-EAC

truebjdconfessions:

I dont really like talking to people directly, so I use my doll as my medium. The only people that have a problem with this are the doll people at meet ups. Why is it so hard for you to talk to my doll instead of me? I really dont like eye contact and prefer to speak and be spoken to through my doll. Please respect my decision and your snark isn’t needed.

~Anonymous

I’m not going to assume this is a troll, and I’m not going to insult your choice. However, it’s probably just as difficult for most people to speak to your doll as it is for you to speak to people directly. It would really freak me out to speak to a doll at a convention where we buy and sell and sculpt and paint dolls.

Maybe there’s an alternative that wouldn’t unsettle people so much as using your doll as an intermediary, but would still allow you a degree of separation in social situations. If you have the resources, I’m sure you can find a better option. I’m not a professional and am not sure exactly what’s out there, but a doctor or occupational therapist would probably know.

I’m sure there are tools out there that can make you and the people you speak with feel comfortable.

omgthatdress:

In honor of the Anaconda video….

Gym Suit

1893-1898

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

mebemrcupcakes:

If you want to be friends with me you don’t have to be “Hi, um, can, ya know, we be friends?”

It is 1000000000000000000000% percent ok if you just go into my inbox can go. “Man, I am so fucking pissed off at fucking Larry.” And I’ll most likely respond with, “Oh shit! What did Larry do now?”