Timidly you peek at the price, laugh out loud and move on. Then you catch yourself, searching for the doll over and over on the web, finally bookmarking it so you're just a click away from your new obsession.
Sooner or later you have a pile of things in the corner of the doll room that you're going to sell, so maybe you can get some coins together to make your purchase. You probably start mentally spending birthday money you haven't received and mentally giving up Starbucks for a month or two. You still can't pull the trigger on the purchase.
Finally. Finally. Finally, you pull your best doll friend aside and explain what's happening and how serious it's getting. That person always comes through and confirms your suspicions, "you need that doll... that doll is worth it... you'd be a fool not to... when are you going to have that opportunity again" LOL
click click click It's on your front porch. This process can last 3 days to 3 years.
Here's that face I was talking about.
Boy, was I right! When I de-boxed him, it was all I could do to not start making a dollhouse for him! 'cause you know... that's like my thing :) I'll go slow with the diorama part, for now. I wanted to start with a simple photo shoot. I knew that with this particular sculpt he'd have have some awesome angles in different lighting.
Check this out.
He is Kent from Asher of New England. He is a limited edition of five! I think Kent has one more brother left ready to ship out, in case you were wondering. Leigh the creator is super cool, and has a few other doll related businesses. Check him out here :)
Thanks for looking!
Here's one more shot! Check the rest out on my FLICKR.