So... I am still waiting for my first ever doll to arrive and with every day I get closer to him I ask myself more and more... what was I thinking, doing his face up all by myself?! TT^TT I am not completely inexperienced I would say. I started customizing and repainting fashion dolls back in 2016? I guess? But I usually have quite a cartoon-ish simplified style ald less so a realistic one. I might have painted two or three rather realistic face ups but still... painting on a teeny tiny barbie head is quite the difference to a much bigger BJD head which fits entirely more detail and I won't get away with just winging it and hoping for the viewers eye to fill in the blanks (or rather messy detail). I am just looking at so many incredible face ups lately and I just can't imagine to be able to do such a thing with my low level of experience and practice. Also I am very prone to messing something up every goddarn time. I don't want to ruin my baby, not just because he was so expensive but also because he is my first. Has anyone any experience to share on their face up journey? How did you start out? How did you mess up and how did you fix it (maybe)? Also pictures of your (even factory) face ups in great detail would really help me figure out how things are usually drawn. I would love close up pictures of certain parts like eyes, eyebrows, lips, etc.