BLOGGED: Interview with Rosen Lied
I’ve been a big fan of Lola Palacios’s work even before I got my first doll. As a mori kei lover, the chic and casual clothes and accessories she makes for her shop, Atelier Momoni, definitely tickled my fancy the moment I laid eyes on them.
I’m so glad she agreed to do this interview! Click on “Read more” to learn more about this talented lady from Spain. :)
Thank you for agreeing to do the interview, Filipa! And for the signal boost as well! :D
Filipa, better known as bombom in the doll hobby, is a lady I greatly admire. Aside from creating the cutest doll clothes for her shop, The SugarDoll, she is also the force behind the popular doll magazine, Tiny Feet. I absolutely love the work she does for both her shop and the magazine.
In this interview, Filipa talks passionately about her craft and love for the hobby. It’s a little lengthy, but it’s an interesting read. Enjoy!
To continue the interviews I’ve done a few months ago, I decided to start off again with another one of my favorite BJD photographers, Lucy aka Geekisthecolour, or better known as her previous online name Dieux-faux.
Caroline Seales of Viridian House is an artist I admire for both her distinct style in photography and face-ups. I love how her photos are always light and dreamy and how she makes the dolls she paints look so sweet and charming. She is certainly one of my biggest inspirations in this hobby. ♥
I was beyond ecstatic when she followed this blog when it started, and I was floored when she agreed to do an interview! Read on to know more about this talented lady.
I stumbled upon Jocelyn Teo’s miniature artwork a while back when I was browsing through Den of Angels’ commission subforums. I was awed at the amount of detail and realism she puts into every little thing she creates. It’s just… mind-blowing. They look so yummy and so real and you almost want to eat them, but then you realize that’s a Pukifee holding the tart! Amazing.
I’m glad and honored that she took some time to answer some questions for my little blog!
Thanida, better known as Turbow, is one of the toy photographers I admire the most. I first discovered her work through her photos of Danbo, but what made me a fan of hers was her BJD photography. In fact, her girls are part of the reason why I wanted a BJD of my own!
One of the draws of the BJD hobby is the customization. The same sculpts can look startlingly different if you use different wigs, eyes and clothes. But what gives a doll its identity the most is their face-up.
Propertyoftheuchiha, better known as Anj to her peers, is one such artist. I’m lucky to know her personally through our local BJD community, ManikaManila. In our interview, she shares her experience and advice about face-ups and the hobby in general. It’s a little lengthy, but I promise it’s a good read!