Thursday, March 9, 2017

Monde de Pinocchio 12 Taipei - Doll party

Last weekend I attended the later half of MDP 12 in Taipei, unfortunately I couldn't be there any earlier than 1PM!
Here's my photo report~~
Pictures below the cut~

Discovered a cute new company: Little Cho
A handsome guy selling street food XD;
I was surprised to find Obitsu 11 - and tiny dresses for them @o@
I loved this DD, wonder if she's Melty? Im so bad at recognizing DD sculpts!
Anna Queen was there again~ she's so lovely as always!
Dear Mine was there too! x3 I really like that fat chick XD;

All in all, it was wonderful as always :3 no loot pic this time around, as I purely bought things for any upcoming Pullip customs for my shop (if Pullipstyle ever restocks them~)

Thanks for looking!

12 comments:

  1. Ah, so many lovely photos! I love those two girls in corset dresses. And that girl in kimono holding a fan is also cute. Pity there are no such doll events in my country.

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    1. I also loved those, they were so elegant @o@~ there are lots of Kimonos + accessories (such as geta sandals) for sale at these events!
      Have you considered organizing such an event? If there is a market for it of course~

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    2. I'm afraid hardly anyone would be interested in such event here, as collecting bjd is a niche hobby. There are many Barbie collectors or Integrity Toys fans. However we have unofficial meetings - you can bring your doll, share your experience or exchange some outfits.

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    3. Oh, you could include those dolls also, as well as blythe and Pullip to attract more collectors? Otherwise you can always just trade things locally as well, or organize a small 2nd hand market thing? :3

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    4. Yeah, a 2nd hand market would be a good idea. And hand-made stuff could be displayed as well.

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    5. I perfer 2nd hand and unique crafted stuff, so that'd be awesome!
      Or you could travel to another country for a DP?

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  2. Oh how lovely!!!!! So many kind of dolls and so many styles :D!!! I didn't know there were such tiny obitsus~!!

    Thanks for sharing as always :D

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    1. :D Glad you liked! Yes the OB11 has been a thing for a while, I just didn't realize they had such cute faces also x3

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  3. Great photos. I always love when you share with us where you've been travelling around and these sorts of conventions. I have never been able to attend one of these so at least I can experience it through your photos.

    Those little Cho dolls seem like they are articulated? I spy articulated knees in that photo of them. They look cute. They kind of remind me of a little of the Jerry Berry (?) dolls - at least I think that's what they're called.

    Enjoy seeing all those little props in the last photo. I plan to make a similar style ladder for one of my dioramas to use as a shelving unit.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I do hope there might be such an event near you at some point, or you are always welcome to visit here (it's not that far? LOL)~~

      I think the little Cho dolls are - like JerryBerry- on Obitsu bodies :O I might be wrong though, but the hands/joints do look very similar x3

      I can't wait to see you make a ladder also, I love to see them with flowers/plants deco!

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  4. Those tiny obitsu girls just melted my heart, totally cute!
    Thanks for sharing, wonderful photos!

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    1. They're adorable, aren't they?
      Glad you liked the photos!

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