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Journal Entry: Wed Feb 26, 2014, 11:04 AM
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Hello all!



I'm happy to announce that 1/12 Miniature BJD Fleur is available for purchase!



Resin color: Pale Normal

Measurements:

head to feet - 18,2cm
head to high heels - 19,1cm
head (circumference) - 7cm
neck - 3,5cm
chest - 8cm
waist - 6cm
hip - 9cm
torso - 5cm  
shoulder (width) - 2,5cm
shoulder to feet - 15cm
leg (with feet) - 10cm
arm (to wrist) - 5cm
foot (lenght) - 2,2cm
foot (width) - 1cm

eye size:
white - 5mm,
iris - 2mm











For more information please visit: rosengardenbjd.blogspot.com/

Thank you!

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Tatiana Nagrebecka
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Poland
In love with OOAK and BJD

Current Residence: Poland
Favourite style of art: sculpting
Favourite cartoon character: Edward Elric


My Polish Blog: primrose-maiden.pinger.pl/
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:iconduynguyen666:
DuyNguyen666 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014  Student Interface Designer
hi, can i use living doll form sculpey to make BJD like your? :D
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Rosen-Garden Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Never tried this type of polymer clay but you can try ^ ^
Polymer clay bjd dolls are much more fragile (than resin or porcelain) but if baked properly they still can be played with. Though polymer bjd dolls are better as a decorative objects placed on shelf :)

Good luck! ^ ^
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DuyNguyen666 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2014  Student Interface Designer
thank you very much, which kind of clay did you used to make your 18.2 cm BJD? ^^
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Rosen-Garden Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You mean the prototype? (the gray one which was then casted in resin?) Well, since I didn't care about color and durability of clay back then, I used ordinary ProSculpt and mix of ProSculpt + Bozzi Pele Clara clay for palms and feet (the mix with Bozzi is stronger).
If you are making small, very small bjd, then for face I recommend ProSculpt (great for sculpting small details). You can sculpt, then bake and then add fresh clay and bake again etc.

Today, for body I'd use Super Sculpey Firm (gray). It's way stronger than ProSculpt, really great for sculpting small details but! If you bake something small, you may find it hard to add fresh clay to baked one. It's not impossible, just harder than in ProSculpt : )

If you want to make small polymer bjd (not as a prototype, but actual doll) then I recommend to mix ProSculpt and Bozzi Pele Clara. ProSculpt is easy to work with, but the clay is not very strong. Bozzi is hard to work with but is verrrry strong after proper baking. If you mix those two clays then it becomes pretty easy to work with (just like with ProSculpt) yet it becomes much stronger (thanks to Bozzi) ^ ^
Anyway, polymer clay BJD doll is much more fragile than resin or porcelain doll. So it's o.k. to pose it and play with it from time to time, but polymer bjd doll is more of a decorative object : )

Happy New Year! ^ ^
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TheriaRose Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2014  Professional General Artist
Love your dolls. Great work. would love to know how you do them if you dont mind. I make dolls myself but I still dont know how to do the double joint so that they can bend more realisticly and for the elbows too. Other than that I think mine come out okay for the most part.
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SugarFirefly Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Ooo hellouuu :D
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Rosen-Garden Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
A hellouu, hellouu xD
Miło spotkać i tu x3
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DuyNguyen666 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Student Interface Designer
may i ask one question ^^, how can you polish detail like fingers, lips, eyelid,......?
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Rosen-Garden Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, it depends. In 1/12 scale it's hard to polish such tiny parts of a doll. If I'm working on stationary polymer fairy then I use Flexible Silicone Shapers and I'm trying to make those parts as smooth as I can. I'm not polishing it anymore after baking.

The same goes for miniature bjd tiny parts (fingers, lips) but additionally I'm covering the whole doll with gray car primer. It makes the surface of the doll much smoother. But it works only with prototypes : )
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DuyNguyen666 Featured By Owner Edited Sep 3, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Thank you so much for taking time answer me those question, i love your work so much :) thank you again
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