Katherine Dewey’s book

Good evening! When I’ve started to sculpted dolls in early 2012, I’ve made a lot research on how many doll artist have started to make their own dolls. Back than, I felt a little like a homeless and I didn’t have any connections or a mentor to help me out. However, one day by reading Doll Reader magazine, there was an advertising on a book called CREATING LIFELIKE FIGURINES In Polymer clay by Katherine Dewey. I was hooked and by magic, I didn’t feel alone anymore. I’ve decided to by this book on Amazon as a Christmas gift in December 2011 and read it half a dozen times before I’ve started to mold anything. This book is easy to read and to fallow for every beginners, especially if you’re interested in polymer clay.

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PS: I’m taking four days off for a short holiday. My next post will be on Monday July 6th. Till than love to you all and I’ll see you on my next post.

Dearly,

Marie Georghy Jacob

Aleisha part 2

Hello to you all! As I said yesterday, more photos of Aleisha would be added. She was made in Fimo classsic chocolate and I’ve mixe it with a bit of Fimo classic white. The result was OK but not as I wished. I wanted something more cinnamon and not milk chocolate. When it came the moment to paint her, it was a challenged to get that cinnamon color. What I like this doll is her curvy silhouette.

Thanks for watching!

Marie Georghy Jacob


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