with his dolls. From the time when Tyler was first released, Robert welcomed repainters, re-rooters, and those who made clothes. His take was that people who were creative with his dolls were buying dolls and it didn't take anything away from his original dolls. In fact, he knew that customizers bought more dolls and it didn't matter that they were altering them.
I just don't see these dolls as customizable as Tyler and Ellowyne were. No, I will not buy them. Heck, even if I loved them they're still priced out of my range. And because they're produced in small editions, I don't have the patience to jump through hoops to get these dolls.