It’s that time of year again; time to get all my BJDs unstrung, cleaned, elastic tightened then put back together in their new season appropriate outfits. Even with a relatively small doll collection this takes a lot of time!
For those who may not know, BJD stands for Ball Jointed Doll (often seen as ABJD or Asian Ball Jointed Doll). If you’d like to read more about them this wiki article is a good start.
The BJD hobby has a wonderful variety of people who use their dolls in many different ways. My favourite aspect of the hobby is photography, so today I’m going to create a post filled with photographs I have taken of these beautiful dolls over the years. Leaving out my abysmally bad first attempts, of course 😉
I hope you enjoy!