Earlier this year, Ashbet on Flickr asked about a Fairyland MiniFee head on Darak Doll body hybrid. Initially, I was skeptical – I didn’t think this hybrid would work. I’m happy to say, however, that it turned out much better than I expected! In fact, I’d say that it’s a great idea, especially if you..
In the vast world of ball jointed doll options, similarly sized dolls often have very different proportions. Take, for example, Darak Doll Remy and Fairyland’s ChicLine and MiniFee dolls. All three are MSD-sized, but sharing clothes can be problematic given their unique shapes! To illustrate the differences and similarities among the three girls, we have:..
Last summer, Fairyland made a lot of BJD hobbyists extremely happy by releasing the tan resin option for their MiniFee doll line. Although I have had problems with Fairyland’s quality and customer service in the past (more on that in a future post), I admit that I find it very difficult to say “no” to..
Despite being in the hobby for over 10 years, hybrids very rarely tempted me. I was mostly satisfied with my dolls’ construction and proportions as the sculptor had envisioned them. However, that all changed when I learned more about Fairyland Chiclines! I absolutely adored the body – size, articulation, aesthetics, and curvy body lines all..