Jan. 31st, 2012

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20) What is your dream doll?

I'm not sure that these questions aren't the same thing? However, I guess of the dolls I have, the one that I had originally wanted but not been available was a white-skinned Bluefairy Tiny Fairy Jasmine. There was a fullset released called Limited G Jasmine that had been released in 2009, but they sold out quickly and I had no realistic hopes of getting one, at least not at a price that I was willing to pay.

Until a miracle occurred and a gal put hers up for sale on the DOA marketplace at cost. I couldn't believe it. I waited overnight to think about buying one (since I already had my Jasmine twins, who I adore), but I knew I'd regret it if I let this one slip by, so I pulled some money from savings and got her. Good thing I did, since it looks like a couple of other people wanted her also.



And so Georgiana came to live with us.

21) One doll you love, but will never (probably) buy?



This one: Volks Tae II, a limited edition that was only released once. [livejournal.com profile] rkold had been showing me dolls for years, and I thought they were interesting, but this was the first one that I ever really longed for. I still do, but they rarely come up, and when I do see one on the Marketplace, they are horribly overpriced. Also, I ended up collecting dolls in a smaller size.

I do hope eventually to make a Taisho Schoolgirl outfit for at least one of my current dolls. I've seen someone on the DOA marketplace that makes these, but since I've made human-sized wafaku before, I don't think it would be too difficult to do one for a doll.




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