I actually go through the eBay stores sometimes, looking at the cosplays for sale on there, the machine ones, and just picking out faults with them. I know I shouldn't, but it's just so fun. I know how great real cosplays can be, ones with love and time and care put into them.
I'll tell her about those places, thanks.
She's tried to sell jewellery, human clothes, cosplays and doll clothes in the past but no one ever wants to buy her stuff despite how good it is, due to how expensive it is. I mean, material costs need to be taken into account, time needs to be taken into account and a small profit needs to be taken into account. And since we're living in an age where it's cheaper to get a machine to do it, she's not had much luck. Despite this, she still takes commissions. She actually recently set up an email address just for commissions, but hasn't had any yet.
No, I don't actually have an account there. Never heard of it.
Also, clothes (except for shoes) aren't a problem for me. My mother loves making clothes, and is more than happy to make any clothes for me, whether it be for a doll or a human.
I have one, a custom made Dollfie. (Dollfie Dream I think. A friend bought the parts and made it for my birthday.)
I want to have more BJDs, but they're so expensive and I'm not the best at saving up sweatdrop