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!
Hello everyone! I would like to give a huge thanks to all the new LIKES (245 actually) on Atelier Miss Georgia’s Facebook page! It gives me great hopes with my dolls! Now, may I present you Samynah and Filsan painted. I know, they look a bit different from previous pictures, but acrylic paints can be tricky: they dry very quickly and you must work fast, otherwise, no matter the results, they stays forever. And yes, I learned my lesson.
Thank you and see you tomorrow
Marie Georghy Jacob
Hi everybody! Making Clara was one thing and a challenging one, but it came to painting her…I was a bit scared. Many questions came into my head: What if she doesn’t look good? Is these acrylic paints are good? Do I have enough lighting? But at the end, after a lot readings and watching videos on YouTube, the only way for me to do it, was to practice on a default head sculpt.
My first attempt on making polymer clay doll eyes painted with acrylic paints. From day one, I knew it was very important to create my own set of eyes, with all colors that I want.
I’ve been searching throughout the intern on how to make handmade doll eyes. The results were great, by the end of January 2012, I was ready to make them!