Sweet Charlotte part 2!

Hello to all doll lovers from all around the planet! I’m very happy to see that many of you are from different parts of the world: Brazil, Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Russia, Australia, United States, from own country Canada and even from India! Wow! I couldn’t be more happier to share my passion for fashion art dolls with you guys. It is amazing because the list of countries goes on and on…thanks everybody from the bottom of my heart for your sincere interest! Culture in general  (whether it is music, food, fashion, movies, textiles) is a fantastic way to share and exchange with other people and dolls are no exception! My sweet Charlotte is no exception either to this topic… here she is almost finished at the time of this photo! Enjoy!

Marie Georghy Jacob

Making her wig working late at night!

Sweet Charlotte!

Good evening again! It has been almost two weeks since I gave I small preview of my sweet Charlotte. This doll was created in May of this year and made of Prosculpt (Fairy flesh). For an 18 inches (45,7 cm) doll, she’s some what petite, not as Fei fan https://ateliermissgeorgia.com/2015/08/19/fei-fan-part-2/ but closer to Honor https://ateliermissgeorgia.com/2015/09/04/honor/. Charlotte is a French lady and I was of course inspired by French actress and singer Vanessa Paradis…I found her truly lovely…wait to see her on my next two posts! You may have noticed that there is a small hole under her left arm, that is due to the fact that I tried to string her with aluminium springs and, under the pressure, it made it crack! I must admit that I did panic at first, but since this doll was an experiment, like all my previous dolls, I decided to use Apoxie clay to fix and to secure the armhole from scratching. I used this same process for the neck. Thanks again doll lovers!

Marie Georghy Jacob





You may notice this horrible hole under her arm!




2014 Dolls in video part 3


Good evening my doll friends! This is the final part of 2014 dolls video and I hope you like them since it was not only an overview of my previous work, but also an experimentation on how to make simple videos! Thanks for watching!

Marie Georghy Jacob