A lot happened in the furniture department since my last entry on this topic. Mostly to my wallet /ahem
Even if this entry might be out-dated by next Tuesday (I am bidding on some sweet white wicker patio furniture) I wanted to write it now cause I now my procastinating self. So I included my two custom furniture pieces in this entry!
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According to Wikipedia:
„American Girl is an American line of 18-inch (46 cm) dolls released in 1986 by Pleasant Company. The dolls portray eight- to eleven-year-old girls of a variety of ethnicities. They are sold with accompanying books told from the viewpoint of the girls. Originally the stories focused on various periods of American history, but were expanded in 1995 to include characters and stories from contemporary life.“
I think the AG furniture has been long used for BJDs as the size can work nicely for both MSDs and SDs, depending on the individual items. I’ve had always wanted AG stuff since I got in the hobby but only recently started focusing on acquiring props. Sadly having a fantasy based crew means that I will never have a reasons to get my favourite items like Julie’s Egg Chair or the Apple Macintosh computer.
However I do have some items I can do a small review on as promised in my last post a good while ago… I am a very lazy blogger and I know it.
My helpers for this blog are Kimete (Fairyland Chicline Ruru) as he is pretty close to a MNF size wise and I think the majority of the people in the hobby know how a MNF is sized and Nadéshda (Elfdoll Sooah/Zaoll hybrid) for when I feel the need to explain why I don’t think a particular AG item is true 1/4 scale. She is only 52cm tall but her hands have regular SD size (and apart from her we don’t have a ‚proper‘ SD here in the house).
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