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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 site: rosengardenbjd.blogspot.com/
My Polish Blog: primrose-maiden.pinger.pl/
Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/93516644…
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:iconsugarfirefly:
SugarFirefly Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
Ooo hellouuu :D
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Rosen-Garden Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
A hellouu, hellouu xD
Miło spotkać i tu x3
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:iconduynguyen666:
DuyNguyen666 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  New member 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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:iconduynguyen666:
DuyNguyen666 Featured By Owner Edited Sep 3, 2014  New member 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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Rosen-Garden Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Not a problem ^ ^

Thank you for your kind words :D
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DuyNguyen666 Featured By Owner Edited Sep 2, 2014  New member Student Interface Designer
and i have a problem that i can't maintain the polymer clean, it alway have many dust stick on it even i've been used glove. Is there anyway to remove the dust or keep the polymer alway clean when sculpting?
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Rosen-Garden Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, it depends on polymer too. Some tends to attract lots of dust and some are less sticky and there is less dust on the surface of the polymer when you work.

I work with ProSculpt and Super Sculpey. Both of them attract dust but not so badly as Fimo Puppen.
Also I work in gloves, on piece of glass. You can glue a simple piece of glass (like from big photo frame) on to your table with tapes. I clean my glass with alcohol and paper towels (ordinary cloth and water will leave some dust).
Some people work only in white clothes too : )

Dust and moonies are the bigest enemies when we work with polymer clay ^ ^' 
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DuyNguyen666 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  New member Student Interface Designer
thanks you so much, may i ask another question, please, ^^ how can you apply car primer :D
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Rosen-Garden Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sooo, I use gray car primer from Motip : )

First I polish what I can and then, on clean surface I apply car primer. You have to wait for it to dry very well and then you can sand it again. When you sand primed surface you will see all irregularities. So after correcting it you can spray it with primer again. And again and again until everything is smooth.

Since I work with polymer clay, I try to finish my work and polish it verrrrrry well before applying primer. Because I can't put primed work into the oven again. I'll have to use some air drying material to repair all mistakes. Also, if you polish very well the surface of polymer clay work then you can apply like one or two layers of primer without sanding primed surface afterward. Try to look on google for something like: "primer bjd" and you will see lots of pictures with gray bjd dolls which were primed with car primers or hobby primers ^ ^
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