Tag Archives: Face up Artists

Customizer Spotlite: Buffdolls part II

Have you ever refused a commission? Why? Or if not, can you think of a circumstance where you might? I have definitely done so, more than once. The most common reason is that I believe the person’s request requires the … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: Buffdolls

Your name: Buffdolls Your Legal Name: Laura Buff Your Website: http://www.buffdolls.net How did you get involved in Super Dollfies and customizing them? While into anime cel collecting, I came across Volks Lucas in about 2001. By 2002 I had one … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: Helter Skelter

Do you paint/alter other types of dolls, and if so, how does that compare with working on BJDs? If you do other types of art (drawing, painting, etc) does that influence your faceup style? I think Monster High dolls are … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: Helter Skelter

Your name: Helter Skelter Your Legal Name: Sarah Atkinson Your Website: helter-skelterbjd.tumblr.com How did you get involved in Super Dollfies and customizing them? I found out about BJDs accidentally. I came across a photo of one on Google and I … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: Iza part II

How has your style evolved over time, and where do you see it going in the future? My style has definitely gotten better since I’ve first started. I’ve vastly improved on eyebrows and eyelashes. In the future I for see … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: Iza

Your name: Iza Your Legal Name: Elisabeth Suelli Your Website: http://www.izasfaceups.com How did you get involved in Super Dollfies and customizing them? A friend of mine who was my downstairs neighbor at my college dorms was a BJD collector and … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: JazzremiX Part II

How important is customer feedback to your creative process? It’s important to have a feedback on the end result, but creative process is something personal, I don’t think any feedback on how you work is necessary or appropriate. Is there … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: JazzremiX

Your name: jazzremiX Your Legal Name: Maui Comite (please, do not reference this name. If you would like to use a personal name rather than my shop’s use Saaya.) Your Website: http://jazzremix.weebly.com/ How did you get involved in Super Dollfies … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: Lachlana Part II

Describe your perfect client. Do you like to get a lot of direction, or just be given a general mood, or do you like to see visual examples? Some of the best commissions I’ve done have either been where the … Continue reading

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Customizer Spotlite: Lachlana

Your name: Lachlana, Custom Shop: “Borderline Being” Where is your stuff:  Maru-Light at Deviant Art How did you get involved in Super Dollfies and customizing them?  I think I knew when I bought my first boy that painting and customizing … Continue reading

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