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BJD by popovy Sis Photography, face up, hair, styling by Lightpainted Doll

BJD by popovy Sis Photography, face up, hair, styling by Lightpainted Doll

A quick guide to BJD hip joints by PuppitProductions on deviantART

As I was pondering on how to make Seraphims hip joints to work, I found myself in the all-time doll makers dilemma: Aesthetics vs mobility. A quick guide to BJD hip joints

Woodland Earth Studies - Sculpting a BJD, there are lots of other pages for hands, feet and body so do follow the links:

Allison Mecleary of Woodland Earth Studies has a free tutorial on how to string a ball joint doll.

doll eye tutorial Not even sure where to pin this, or if I'd ever try to use it, but this is soooooo neat!

Getting warmer. This doll eye tutorial is what my last prosthetic eye experience was like. Much more believeable than the stock "assembled from parts" eyes.

Ball jointed doll tutorial part 4 by *Deskleaves on deviantART by diana

Ball jointed doll tutorial part 4 by *Deskleaves on deviantART Maybe use this to make patterns for printed dolls.

BJD Faceup Tutorial - Part 1 by RoosterBlue

BJD Faceup Tutorial - Part 1 by RoosterBlue. Great photo tutorial about removing previous BJD faceups using Winsor & Newton brush cleaner. Part 1 of 2 series.

How to put a Ball Jointed Doll BJD together

Gorgeous~M Ball-jointed Doll (BJD) "Ballet with Attitude" Original by Cindy M McClure She has an interesting tutorial on stringing the dolls with wooden dowels and metal springs which works great for these and for porcelain jointed dolls.

Ugh...This is the downside for me in making BJDs...The first one I'm doing IS Nightcrawler from X-Men, but I plan to do more, and some will require realistic feet...And I need the reference X.x

This is the downside for me in making BJDs.The first one I'm doing IS Nightcrawler from X-Men, but I plan to do more, and some will require realistic feet.

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