Emerald Fairytales is creating Crochet ball-jointed dolls (and patterns)
7

patrons

$24
per month
Hi! I'm Esmy-nixe (irl Dasha/Danny), the creative force behind Emerald Fairytales crochet dolls project.

If you haven't seen that tumblr blog before, I'll tell you about my work in 4 words: Crocheted Ball-Jointed Dolls. Just look at photos in my blog to understand clearly what I mean :) No "bead joints" or assembling with thread and needle. I try to make my dolls as close to resin ABJDs (especially in mechanics) as possible.


Regina the Redhead, my little maskot

Now I want to share my patterns instead of selling readymade dolls.
As far as they seem to be 130+ pages each (see the first post in my activity stream to understand why) - I think it would be better to publish them in a webcomic style. I mean, page by page, a page per week or smth like that.

So... Did my girls arise your interest?
Wanna be the first to see the Crocheted BJD PDF pattern? To see it page by page, detail by detail? To take a part in testing?
Join me as a patron :)
Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
1 patron
You will get your place in monthly thank-you photo-post.
This means I'll write your name on the piece of paper, put that piece into one of my doll's (usually Regina's) hands and take a photo of her holding this paper with your name. And then make a post with these photos.
Pledge $3 or more per month
4 patrons
1) You will get your place in monthly thank-you photo-post.
2) Access to the PNG stream (posts with PNG pattern pages in my activity stream).
Pledge $5 or more per month
5 patrons
1) You will get your place in monthly thank-you photo-post.
2) Access to the PNG stream (posts with PNG pattern pages in my activity stream). Posts with multiple pages have these pages as attached files, 1 page = 1 file.
3) Access to the PDF stream (save your time downloading PDF patterns instead of saving each PNG image and converting them to PDF by yourself). Also, PNG pages packed into zip archives :)
Hi! I'm Esmy-nixe (irl Dasha/Danny), the creative force behind Emerald Fairytales crochet dolls project.

If you haven't seen that tumblr blog before, I'll tell you about my work in 4 words: Crocheted Ball-Jointed Dolls. Just look at photos in my blog to understand clearly what I mean :) No "bead joints" or assembling with thread and needle. I try to make my dolls as close to resin ABJDs (especially in mechanics) as possible.


Regina the Redhead, my little maskot

Now I want to share my patterns instead of selling readymade dolls.
As far as they seem to be 130+ pages each (see the first post in my activity stream to understand why) - I think it would be better to publish them in a webcomic style. I mean, page by page, a page per week or smth like that.

So... Did my girls arise your interest?
Wanna be the first to see the Crocheted BJD PDF pattern? To see it page by page, detail by detail? To take a part in testing?
Join me as a patron :)

Recent posts by Emerald Fairytales

Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
1 patron
You will get your place in monthly thank-you photo-post.
This means I'll write your name on the piece of paper, put that piece into one of my doll's (usually Regina's) hands and take a photo of her holding this paper with your name. And then make a post with these photos.
Pledge $3 or more per month
4 patrons
1) You will get your place in monthly thank-you photo-post.
2) Access to the PNG stream (posts with PNG pattern pages in my activity stream).
Pledge $5 or more per month
5 patrons
1) You will get your place in monthly thank-you photo-post.
2) Access to the PNG stream (posts with PNG pattern pages in my activity stream). Posts with multiple pages have these pages as attached files, 1 page = 1 file.
3) Access to the PDF stream (save your time downloading PDF patterns instead of saving each PNG image and converting them to PDF by yourself). Also, PNG pages packed into zip archives :)