How is it that the majority of resin BJD collectors call us DD owners perverted, when you are literally frothing at the mouth, wet in the pants whenever someone posts a suggestive picture of some BJD boy? I mostly see it with the Iplehouse and Ringdoll men.
I collect both BJD and DDs, even though I mostly collect BJDs, and I’ve seen the communities on both sides.
I’ve to say I’ve seen both, and on both sides I’ve seen the extremes.
I’ve seen DD owners who hate the whole “daughter” thing and just collect their dolls and like them for the cute anime aesthetic and handling. I’ve seen BJD collectors who do the same and heavily dislike sexual things or people going apeshit over a resin sixpack.
Next to that I’ve seen photoshootings from guys who call their DDs “daughter” while taking pictures of her crotch and letting her stutter “b…but daddy!”.
We had a woman in our BJD forum who was obsessed with homosexual male dolls and took pictures of them with her sex toys, including weird incest stories, rape and whatnot, and even placed them in sexual poses around her bed while she slept in it.
However, I’ve also seen a lot of DD porn.
With guys fucking their dolls after buying the existing optional parts for them to do so.
And I think that’s the point where people draw the line, because fawning over some hot Iplehouse dude’s aesthetic compared to buying some fleshlight piece to stick it up your thousand dollar doll so you can fuck your cute “waifu anime idol” is…well, a totally different story.
I know there are confessions about people doing it with an Iplehouse thigh (?!) and whatnot, but a written confession on anon is no proof.
But considering that at least in Japan a lot of DD owners are male, and that there is a huge prejudice towards male doll owners in and outside of the community, it’s no surprise people think DD owners are a bunch of weird perverts when they see gifs of guys sticking their dicks up a DD.
Of course this is probably not true for the majority of DD owners, same for the majority of BJD owners, but I still think that fucking a tiny plastic anime doll versus fawning over the aesthetic of a resin hunk gives the DD collectors a big “advantage” in terms of “who’s seen at the most weirdest collector around” :/
Ph. Lobke Leijser
I DIDNT UNDERSTAND THAT SHE WAS WEARING A SWEATER WITH WHITE SLEEVES I ONLY SAW THE BLACK AND GOT REALLY SCARED BECAUSE I THOUGHT SHE HAD FREAKISHLY SKINNY SLENDERMAN ARMS OH GOD
I THOUGHT IT WAS A GIGANTIC CAT!
I can’t stop constantly narrating my own life. At that very moment, I feared I had divulged too much.
I’d like to buy a Dollshe Saint SA head in pale tan.
I currently own the faceplate version but want to switch to the head one.
Head needs to be undamaged, unmodified and needs to come with the certificate and the headplate in the headback.
DoA WTB thread is here.
Reblogs would be nice, I really need this head to fix Roman ;_;
Yes…this is Liquid and Ocelot’s 3 photos [OMG, my heart is broken inside…] the last one is called “let’s get it done, Eli “
I need some help, dolly community! I’m wanting to get a new lens for my Nikon D3100 since the kit lens isn’t doing it for me anymore but I’m stuck on 35mm and 50mm. Is there much of a difference between them? Which do you think works best for doll pictures? Any pros and cons? Do you think one is better than the other? I just want to get a shallow depth of field and the kit lens doesn’t go below f/5 or f/4.8. Any help would be greatly appreciated ^_^
On a crop camera 35mm is way better for doll photos than 50mm, since 35mm on a crop are roughly 50mm on a full frame.
What’s also important to keep in mind is the minimum focus distance you can have with the lens.
For example: I have both the cheap versions of the 35mm and 50mm lens for Canon, the 35mm can get pretty close to the subject (24cm) while the 50mm already forces me to take a good step back (45cm). This is annoying when you have dolls which are smaller than a SD since it’s hard to get close-ups, while it’s pretty risky with bigger dolls because you have to stand so far away and if they fall over it’s hard to catch them.
I got the 50mm first and the 35mm later, and while I had my crop (Canon 1000D and Canon 550D) I highly preferred the 35mm, especially because it was capable of coming close to the subject with minimal distortion.
35mm on crop here -> https://www.flickr.com/photos/ara_dolls/6926234295/
or here -> http://i.imgur.com/a2c1zrc.jpg
First is a 70cm sized doll, second with both at 26cm.
I told the same all of my friends who had to make the same decision, and so far all of them are very happy with their 35mm (one also uses the Canon, the other has a Sony).
It’s cool to have both, but if you have to decide now to get one, get the 35mm.
Also keep in mind that if you buy a cheap lens you will of course have a few issues, but you will most likely not see them right away. The amazon reviews are helpful, but in some cases a bit ridiculous (like, you can get the Nikkor 35mm 1.8 for 160€ on Amazon Germany currently, and some people complain how the bokeh is not super soft or the lens “feels” cheap…it’s a super cheap lens, what do you expect?! The feel and look of a 1000$ lens for 200$?!). Everything is better than the kit lens anyway ^^;