So I got my Body Kun Dolls yesterday

If you’re a bit of an artist I totally recommend them.

It’s been a while since I sketched and painted. A few something, something years. Honestly thought my game was off, and I was out of practice.

I got these things on impulse buy. Honestly I miss having the time to create real art, but it’s a dangerous hobby for me as I literally lose time. Forget to eat, and sometimes sleep while working on a project .

I’ve found transitioning from traditional art forms to digital slightly difficult, only made possible really when I discovered the app Procreate, and got myself an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. Too be honest it was all slightly too expensive and out of reach before then.

My traditional artwork has still got more game than my digital work despite how out of practice I am, but now I’m getting to point to the point where I’m not overly embarrassed at my digital efforts, plus you got to start at the beginning right? It’s nice to have markers and signposts signalling how much you’ve improved.

These posable art dolls are the best though. I had loads of fun putting them into different positions (get your mind out of the gutter!). I haven’t played with dolls for years. My only slight criticism is the female doll seems to have clumsy, awkward mode activated. Only very mildly irritating though.

If you follow me, hopefully you recognise the pose!

The body kun dolls are great for taking photos at different angles in the same pose. The grey ones do blur slightly in photos. I don’t know if that’s a problem in the other colours. Each colour has different strengths. Black is good for showing up lighting and shadow for example.

Hopefully I will get more time to illustrate my imaginings in the near future!

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