A few pics of Ryomou of late who is looking particularly lovely in her new Azone cardigan thingy.
Thought I'd cover the subject of Dollfies popularity while we look at more Ryomo photos.
An article by Liz Ohanesian in the LA Weekly covers Dollfie Dreams and Gurren Lagann Yoko. The article even made it to the top page of digg.com spreading the knowledge of Dollfies to more of the Internet population.
Dollfie Dreams have been around for years and yet I only came into the knowledge of their existence through a Wonder Festival I think it was. I thought they were lovely when I first saw them in person but then was completely puzzled by the prices - 60,000 yen?!
I remember that there was a time where I thought figma joints looked odd until I actually picked one up and started to fidget about with them. I also remember a time when the only thing I would see when I looked at a doll were the joints ^^;
But once you actually own and start to pose a Dollfie, you start to appreciate how lovely they are and the joints become part of their beauty - I guess I'm an oya baka ^^;
Saw a CGM post on Dollfie Saber which looked gorgeous. Then started to look at more Dollfie photos and could not take it anymore - I needed to have one! ^^;;;;
Since I adopted and started to post more and more photos, I notice many DC readers and Japanese comrade bloggers starting to adopt too.
The one thing about Dollfies is that they cost 3 limbs and a pancreas. And even if one didn't mind sparing these body parts, many of the Dollfies are lottery based meaning that even if you had the moolah, you may not necessarily get one.
If the hurdle and cost was much lower to adopt a Dollfie (say 100 USD) would you get one?
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