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Rebranding in progress

Rebranding in progress

This is the old and familiar logo that we will soon be saying goodbye to, however after a lot of soul-searching and feedback I find that I don’t want to stop using the name. As such the brand, such as it is, of me and my work will still be “twigling”.

But what I would like to know from you, my dear brain-trust, is: What do you call them when you talk about my dolls? Or what do you say when you want to explain that you want or have bought a certain doll?

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20 Comments
  • Alice Doyle
    Posted at 16:58h, 07 September Reply

    I say I bought a twigling doll 😮

  • Saudade Valentine
    Posted at 17:06h, 07 September Reply

    Honestly It’ll be weird if I call it in different name other than twigling. And if so it will take some time to get used to. ;D

  • Madeline Salzman
    Posted at 17:07h, 07 September Reply

    I’ve always called them “Twigling Pieta/Elbe/etc.”, because it feels like the most accurate way to talk about them. 8] If there’s a comparison between what version she is, I say, “Twigling version 2/3/etc”.

  • Kamia Keller
    Posted at 17:14h, 07 September Reply

    I would refer to them as Twigling dolls. Like even though I know lillycat’s dolls are cerisedolls, I still end up calling them lillycat 😛

  • Christine Oliver-Sorton
    Posted at 17:27h, 07 September Reply

    Well, I have three and I refer to them as my Twigling gang. Can’t wait to get my 4th!

  • Helene Larsen
    Posted at 17:29h, 07 September Reply

    I say I bought a twigling

  • Kati Komulainen
    Posted at 17:31h, 07 September Reply

    I call them Twigling and then the doll’s name like Pieta. Same way as Madeline.

  • Karen Dobry
    Posted at 17:36h, 07 September Reply

    I show off my Twigling girl all the time. 🙂 I usually don’t call her by her sculpt, because she has two Twigling heads, and a Soom head that I switch between. Hoping to snag an obsidian Ingenieuse at some point. 🙂

  • Nicole Orr
    Posted at 17:39h, 07 September Reply

    I always say i want a twigling- no matter what sculpt I am referring to of yours lol.

  • Vicki Lu Berger Mihajlich
    Posted at 17:54h, 07 September Reply

    Twigs. I like the use of twigs in the logo, but it’s not easy to decipher at first glance and the writing looks like Hindi unless you know what you’re looking at. Maybe you could have a logo design contest? Get the punters blood up and let them compete <3 In any event, the dolls are full of marvel and wonder and I salute you.

  • Jillianne Frances
    Posted at 18:06h, 07 September Reply

    Twigling

  • Jonna Lylykangas
    Posted at 19:31h, 07 September Reply

    I allways talk about Twigling dolls, my spouse just ordered hers. <3 I wish I will have the chance to buy my dream girl from you later. 😉 Your way of sculpting is so unique and beautiful, full of details and soul. <3

  • Lisa White
    Posted at 20:23h, 07 September Reply

    I call my girls “Twigling” that you design and make!

  • Anelise Horah
    Posted at 21:10h, 07 September Reply

    My friend Twiglings dolls- 🙂

  • Lauren King
    Posted at 00:10h, 08 September Reply

    I usually say something like “Twigling TL2 ______,” or sometimes “twigLiMBS,” or the like. Since I have sculpts by you from back when you were just doing limbs for the Volks dolls, all the way up through your recent work.

    Rebranding is very hard. Sticking with the Twigling name is probably a good choice.

  • Tamara Henson
    Posted at 03:15h, 08 September Reply

    I say, “Ooh! Have you heard of Twigling’s dolls?” 🙂 And then I drag them to a computer to show them.

  • Nicole Orr
    Posted at 03:50h, 08 September Reply

    Sooo, out of curiosity do you know if for sure youll do this next year and what month it will start?

  • Marjo Mononen
    Posted at 07:50h, 08 September Reply

    I pretty much always call my girl by her sculpt name, if someone doesn’t recognize it I’ll add Twigling to it.

  • Delphine Gueniffey
    Posted at 10:22h, 08 September Reply

    Quand je parle d’Angélique, je dis le modèle et ton nom, je dis : “Angélique est une Piéta créé par la talentueuse Twigling que j’ai eu la chance de gagner au concours cosplay du doll rendez vous in paris en décembre 2014.” Et là en général les gens font “la chance !!!” ^^ Je dit aussi que tu vit et travail en Espagne, et je donne l’orthographe de Twigling au gens pur qu’ils puisse te retrouver.

    When I speak of Angelica, I tell the model and your name, I said, “Angelica is a Pieta created by the talented Twigling I had the chance to win the cosplay contest the doll appointment in Paris in December 2014. “And here in general people are “lucky !!!” ^^ I also said you lives and works in Spain, and I give the spelling of Twigling pure people they can find you.

  • Hermine Lanier
    Posted at 19:42h, 08 September Reply

    Personally I’ve always called them “Twigling dolls” when I mention you as a brand, but usually I rather use the name of the particular doll. No one else has made an Ingenue, a Newkiru or a Pieta, to my knowledge (but I can be mistaken), so usually people understand straight away. If they don’t, it’s because they don’t know you at all and then I send them over to your website. =)

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