My New Dearmine BJD Doll Inanis

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My New Dearmine BJD Doll Inanis

Today arrived the new BJD doll I ordered. It is my first kitty cat bjd doll. I bought her from Denver’s Doll Emporium.

The exact model type is Dearmine Vivien le Festin. Dearmine is a Korean BJD Doll making company.

They mostly specialize on making animal themed ball jointed dolls. The doll was in stock in and I just had to have her.

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There was only one of her in the store, so I had to take my opportunity to get the dolly. I am not big on Pre-Ordering stuff.

I am not the most patient of fellows. The one I got was the complete set. It was roughly 600 bucks, but she is going to be the last bjd doll I buy this year.

I figured I might as well make her an early Christmas present to myself. With this doll, I am officially up to 9 BJD Dolls in my collection.

Once the dragon doll arrives, I am going to have 10 dolls in total in my collection. As of lately, I have been leaning towards animal type of dolls.

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I have a fox and a cat, and soon I will have a dragon. Dragons are just precious, aren’t they? Kitty cats are also fun as well.

As much as I like cats, I have moved past the whole pet phase. I do not like to live in function of another living creature.

At most, I can only look after plants. Moving along, I gave my cat doll the name Inanis.

It means emptiness, or vain. I thought it was a fun name for a kitty cat. Cats are usually full of themselves.

I also like how the name sounds. One of my characters from my book, The Sacred Mask, is named Inanis.

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In my book, the fluid armor Inanis in her noncombat form takes the shape of a kitty cat.  When she is on standby mode, she pranks people.

Her pranks involved jumps scares, and passing behind them to make the place feel a little bit haunted.

Anyhow, I hope you find amusing why I named the kitty cat doll Inanis. The doll herself holds poses quite well.

The body of the model is pretty light. Dressing the doll was an interesting project.

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The hardest part was putting on the corsage. After struggling with it, I used a red ribbon and a pin.

The flower pin looks rather nice on the doll. It is something I had lying around. The tail and ears are magnetic.

The eyes are the most interesting detail of the doll. They have a way of just popping out.

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Since they are slit eyes, I had to be careful when putting them on. They have to maintain the vertical orientation, otherwise the eyes look weird.

The wig has a lovely texture. Once I got her dressed, I took some preliminary photos.

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I have a photoshoot of her planned. The first one is going to feature her alone. The other with company.

On the meantime, enjoy the first couple of photos I took of my new ball jointed doll.

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This is Teresita Blanco, the Artsy Sister. For future dolls, I want to keep them looking quite different from one another.

So, I probably will not get a second kitty cat bjd doll. The next type of doll I am looking for is a nice fairy doll.

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I also need to add a cute vampire to mix. Vampires are always fun. I also want a doll with nice anime looking eyes.

I also like the idea of getting a bunny doll as well. Bunnies are ever so adorable.

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So many dolls I want to get, so little money in my bank account. Boohoo! I guess I will just have to wait for time to pass.

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