Wow. I did not expect that. I mean, I thought sure I'll sell a couple dolls. Make a little spending money. But all of them? Sold? In less than 24 hours? I am so flattered and honestly a little scared. Well, maybe not scared like BOO! scared. More of nervous energy scared. I have stumps for fingernails to prove it. Someone asked me if I had a plan. A plan, a plan. Say it enough it sounds like apron. I do have one several of those. The current plan is to keep making dolls and see what happens next. I feel like I'm on a roller coaster. tick tick tick tick. Tootie calls them roller toasters. That's a better image. I will continue making dolls*. So, that's my plan Stan and I'm sticking to it for now.
Thanks everyone for your truly kind comments. They mean a lot to me.
*If you had told me 2 years ago I would be doing this I would have asked what you've been smoking.
Joybucket was born in 2005. I've been creating things since I was a kid and have always wanted to be an artist. I went to the Columbus College of Art and Design and graduated in 1992 with a emphasis in illustration -- specifically 3-D illustration which is a fancy way of saying that I majored in playing with dolls and dioramas.
Who knew that playing with toys and imaginary worlds could be a career? Unfortunately, it does make it a tad difficult to explain exactly what I do do. ;)