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winonaflammery:

snow-and-resin:

Enemy of progress on Flickr.

That’s one gorgeous photo!

winonaflammery:

snow-and-resin:

Enemy of progress on Flickr.

That’s one gorgeous photo!

oldschoolbjd:

Alive by klinkekula on Flickr.

oldschoolbjd:

Alive by klinkekula on Flickr.

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blythelovesme:

IMG_2302 by rendoroid on Flickr.

blythelovesme:

IMG_2302 by rendoroid on Flickr.

bjd-resinrome:

Airelle, again ^^ by Enaibi on Flickr.

bjd-resinrome:

Airelle, again ^^ by Enaibi on Flickr.

Anonymous sent: But what about your MDD body? That wasn't resin, and you regret selling that too. These aren't meant to be something you should buy or sell depending on how much money you need for the next one. You don't need to swear anything to me, it's your choice after all, I just don't think it's a great choice.

Well there are some who would disagree. MDD II bodies are very bad posers and are super floppy

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bjd-resinrome:

Satyne Kimono by Enaibi on Flickr.

bjd-resinrome:

Satyne Kimono by Enaibi on Flickr.

Anonymous sent: I'm not saying that's not true. What I'm trying to say is that you seem to make pretty drastic and quick decisions about your dolls. You've stated clearly that you regret selling your first doll, and you obviously liked her. I think it would help if you slowed down with your buying and really thought about what you were doing before you did it.

I did think about every purchase. I don’t make rash decisions about the dolls I want. When they get here they just don’t work out like I want. I was forcing myself to like resin but I just don’t. Now I know. I was trying to ‘fit in’ I guess. But I swear to never sell another doll unless I was like in super serious debt of something. 

Anonymous sent: It just seems like you need to think more about what you want before you buy.

Everyone experiences this hobby differently. You can look at pictures of the sculpt all you want but it’s not the same as actually having it. 

Anonymous sent: You've gone through so many though. How could you buy something so expensive just to sell it again? I understand you didn't bond with it, but even still it makes it seem like you aren't think about your purchases very thoroughly.

I always sell the doll to get money for a new doll as that’s my only way to get new ones if I’m not happy. I’m not the only one who do it :( 

bjdconfessions:

I will never stop wanting to own more dolls. I have over 14 now and barely have room to display them all but it’s not enough. Right now I only buy the ones I’m really desperate to own (because money) but I feel like I need to buy all the BJD I’ve ever looked at and liked to be truly content. If I won the lottery tomorrow I think I would end up with hundreds of them, probably with multiples of each sculpt I really loved just in case anything happened to them. I think something is wrong with me.

Image by BJDConfessions