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Esme by UrbanRepaints.com (Twoonia Sykes)

Last week after reading a brief introduction of new Black Doll-E-Zine Yahoo! Group subscriber, Twoonia Sykes, and viewing pictures of her work, I wanted to know what inspired her entrance into the world of repainting and trolling. The results of my inquiry are available here.

Enjoy and be enlighted!

 

 
Ball-Jointed Dolls - Choosing Your First Doll
The Doll Addiction
Wondering what to consider when you buy your very first BJD? Consider these three things....
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A Look Back at My Decade
From the Show Floor

Christmas is over and I am preparing for a new year….OK a new decade!  The last 10 years have been interesting, to say the least….so I have to believe that the next 10 years will be also. 

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Ball-Jointed Dolls for Beginners - Terminology
The Doll Addiction
Thinking about entering the ball-jointed world? Don’t hesitate, and don’t be intimidated by the “fragility” of resin. If a klutz like me can collect resin BJDs, so can you!
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Dolls Love Christmas
From the Show Floor

Dolls love Christmas!  This is my Bluette, created by Jean Nordquist.....with a small cloth rocking horse that my son stitched up when he was in the 6th grade and a cloth tree that I made the same year.

 

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Ultra Basic Esme
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives

After preordering about a month ago from Tonnerdirect.com, Ultra Basic Esme is here!  Her price, new facial screening, 13 points of articulation, and the Dreamgirls complexion prompted the order. 

 

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A Renewed Love of Rag Dolls
The Doll Addiction

It’s been years since I’ve cuddled a rag doll of my own in my hands. And as an Alice in Wonderland enthusiast, the ad for the Go Ask Alice show in Santa Barbara caught my attention.

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What's an Anthro?
Editor's Blog

Ball-jointed doll (BJD) designers (and collectors) are famous for pushing boundaries and redefining norms in the doll world. One example of that is the facet of BJDs growing in popularity which are anthropomorphic in nature.

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