Dale your dolls are so beautiful and so is thier clothing and the photographs that you take of them. I come here to check and see what you are up to at least once a week. After following your blog for nearly 2 years I have just one question….why do they always have to look so sad? Would it be so terrible for them to have a smile on thier faces? It’s obvious to me that they have a happy home. So I just wondered why so sad looking? Always a fan of your work no matter what! Bonnie
Ik heb jouw poppen ontdekt en deze hebben mijn hart geraakt..
Alles is mooi…prachtig…ik ben verliefd op deze prachtig poppen..
U brengt en stukje hemel op aarde…dank voor uw prachige en
Tessa does look like one of the family, I can’t stop looking at her.
It was pictures of your Dollstown girls that gave me an interest in Dollstown BJD’s. I now have several of my own, just wish I could take such nice pictures too. Maybe some day, I really need to practice more.
A beautiful family Dale! Love how Tessa fits so well with the Dollstown girls – they seem magical together! As others have said, you show us the best photos – attention to detail is magnificent! Keeps me coming back….!
The Dollstown girls are so very fascinating but Tessa fits in perfectly like she belongs and the picture of all of them is just so beautiful. I love how they are all dressed and their poses are wonderful, their expressions so natural.
Tessa does look as though she is related to the Dollstown girls, Dale. Your dolls have had this family resemblance since your early paper clay OOAKs of young girls. I think the Dollstown artist must have been influenced by your beautiful dolls.
My goal is to have a small family with photos similar to some that you have shown, with 3 or 4 of these young ladies all in similar attire–done by you, of course. :o)