Hi everyone! Finally it’s Friday and time to present the final part of Brielle’s photos. On these photos, she looks darker than before I put her in the oven and that’s normal since polymer clay tends to go darker once baked. Meanwhile, I did this on purpose, I used professional acrylic paints that has high pigments, Liquitex. These paints have a smooth, creamy and a beautiful satin finish. Once both Brielle and Iris where finished, I was hooked with the final results. Enjoy!
https://ateliermissgeorgia.com/2015/07/24/brielle-part-2/Hi everyone! Yesterday and even last weekend, I presented Brielle head sculpted. But before I continue with her sculpted body, I think it is important to inform you that Brielle’s name is a popular one in the Bahamas. So, it was not invented by me! Now, here are more photos of her fully molded and sculpted. Finally, I want to add, that over the years, I have developed different modeling tools to make my work easier and pleasant, such as this handmade mini sculpting round table. It’s fantastic to work with and I can mold and look at my ladies from every angle without destroying long hours of hard work. Thank you once again for watching and for the 610 Likes on my Facebook page. I will see you tomorrow for the 3rd part of Brielle.
Marie Georghy Jacob