Barbies, Barbies everywhere!
Ken dolls have arrived. I’ve been too lazy to open the box. I’d be more excited but the reroot tool I ordered hasn’t arrived yet. Ugh. I have subscribed to a fantastic magazine, however. It’s called Doll Customizer and has fantastic tutorials and patterns to make your barbie/bjd absolutely perfect. I can’t recommend it enough, especially since all of the proceeds are going to building an animal sanctuary. Take a look and get a subscription. You won’t regret it.
I’ve also gotten Sansa, Arya, Jeyne, Myrcella and Daenerys. No, you can’t see them yet. I have, however, found the hair I’m going to use for Dany. You can’t see that either yet. I’m evil, I know.
So I’ve put a disclaimer down at the bottom to show I didn’t create the A Song of Ice and Fire books/setting/anything. These dolls are my artistic interpretation and should be considered as such.
Don’t know how you got here or what I’m talking about? Feel free to check out the link to George R. R. Martin on my links page. Yes, I am making 200-300 dolls based on his books. Yes, my sanity did leave a long time ago. My husband would be more annoyed but he just bought himself a batting helmet clock from etsy. Yay for gift money.
Now that all the disclaimers are out of the way, I am looking at heads. Yep, that’s right, just heads. Did you know that people make insanely cool heads for ken dolls? I need to win Publisher’s Clearing House so I can afford all this. In the meantime, I’ll be doing everything piecemeal.
Regarding my previous post: I will, from time to time, be doing normal (non Game of Thrones) blog posting on here. You’re going to have to play the TL;DR game when you’re too bored.
You might even do that for this post.