Find of the Day: BJD Magazine

Ok, so I’ll be honest that I didn’t exactly find this “today.” However, I came across it recently and finally decided/remember to share.

BJD Magazine is a free, online magazine devoted to the art and study of ball-jointed dolls. They feature tutorials and links which focus on various aspects of the hobby: including tips and ideas for patterns and face-ups, as well as interviews with professionals of the craft. They also offer links to other pages of interest to collectors, as well as an updated directory of BJD companies.

The entire site reads like a beautifully compiled blog. It’s very easy to navigate, and the photography they use is simply stunning! I think it would definitely be worth favoriting for any BJD enthusiast, noob, or veteran. Enjoy!

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2 Responses to Find of the Day: BJD Magazine

  1. RolfeDH says:

    Thanks for mentioning us, Paladin. Since most of our patterns fit any size of doll, they might also be adapted to human-sized dolls 🙂 . I love your forestation of the twenty-ten theme. To grow your visitorship, add pictures to your new posts and keep posting your insights. It’s inspiring to see what you’ve done and how you’ve done it. If you have any insights or suggestions for BJDmagazine, please let us know. Best wishes, Caroline and Rolfe (antispom fur-mat: bjdmagazine -ta- bjdmagazine -tod- com)

    • paladinari says:

      Thank you for your insight! I did “respond” to you about the RSS feed, but I thought I should do so here, too. I appreciate your suggestions and was glad to be able to share your wonderful magazine with my readers. Keep up the great articles!

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