Other painted heads


Hello! My BJD doll parts are still not completely dry…So I continued to paint other heads, but also a bust and a pair of feet! I’m happy with the results and I can’t wait to make a complete doll, that I will show you, at least before the Holidays. This first porcelain doll will be important, since it will determine my evolution and I where I want to go in the doll world.

Allô! Les pièces de ma poupée BJD ne sont toujours pas totalement sèches…Donc, j’ai continué de peindre d’autres têtes, mais aussi un buste et une paire de pied! Je suis contente des résultats et je suis impatiente de réaliser une poupée complète, au moins, avant le temps des fêtes et de vous la montrer. Cette première poupée de porcelaine sera importante, puisque elle va déterminer mon évolution et ou je souhaite me diriger dans le monde de la poupée.

Drying outdoors


Hello everybody! Here, as you can see, are the molds drying outdoors and this will take at least a week to dry without any humidity. And hoping that it does not rain for a minimum of five days. I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

Bonjour tout le monde ! Comme vous pouvez le voir ici, les moules sont au sec à l’extérieur et cela prendra au moins une semaine à sécher sans qu’il est d’humidité. Et en espérant qu’il ne pleuve pas pendant au moins cinq jours. Je garde mes doigts croisés!

More heads!


Hello to you all! There it is! As I mentioned in a previous post, I wanted to create several ethnic heads and here they are! I plan on giving them each a name and I am inspired by precious stones. To be continued…

Allô à vous tous! Ta dame! Comme je l’avais mentionné dans une de mes publications précédentes, je voulais créer plusieurs têtes ethniques et les voici! Je compte bien sur leur donner chacune un prénom et je suis inspirée par les pierres précieuses. A suivre…

Other heads…


Hello my friends! And Yes, I have made other heads… and I intend to make more! Other heads mean other molds! Making plaster molds is no longer a secret for me. To my greatest astonishment, I even became comfortable with the procedure. The only thing that annoys me is the dirt it generates!

Bonjour mes amis! Et oui, j’ai fabriqué d’autres têtes…et je compte d’en fabriquer d’autres! D’autres têtes équivalent a d’autres moules! La fabrication de moules n’est plus un secret pour moi, à mon grand étonnement, je suis même devenue à l’aise avec la procédure. La seule chose qui m’énerve c’est la saleté que cela génère!

Anaïs blushed & painted

Good morning! Here is Anaïs fully blushed & painted. God I love Liquitex Paints and all their other products! The photos were taking during late evening with a lot of table lights!

Thanks you

Marie Georghy Jacob




Good morning! Here is Jane, she’s made from Prosculpt polymer clay. Prosculpt was developed by doll maker Jack Johnston for sculpting art dolls or figure dolls. It is sold in 1 pound (454 gr) block and is available only in four flesh tones: baby, fairy, Caucasian and ethnic brown. This polymer does not require a lot of kneading. This helps to reduce plaques, moons and air pockets which can sometimes be trapped in clay kneaded for long periods. I find this clay too soft if I work a lot with it, but not that oily as Living Doll. However, what I do love with this clay, is this translucent, flesh-like color, closer to natural flesh tones than most polymer clay. The disadvantage of this clay is that it is a bit expensive ($20 per block in Canadian dollar without taxes) and must be ordered online. Although, I have heard good things of this clay from well known doll artists and makers, such as Mark Denis, Patricia Rose and Renata Jansen. More photos of Jane will be presented tomorrow.

Thank you

Marie Georghy Jacob



Samynah, Filsan and…Brielle

Hello! I want to share more photos of of Samynah, Filsan and…Brielle! Brielle is the second doll I sculpted in early march 2013. The first doll created doing that early year was Iris, which I will both present this week. Stay in touch!

Marie Georghy Jacob

Samynah, Filsan & Brielle

Samynah & Filsan

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





Good evening! Yesterday, I present Samynah, tonight  it is Filsan turn. In Somalian, this name means, more mature then her age. She was created with the same polymer clay mix of Samynah. Her eyes were handmade by me. The technique that I used was very simple: crystal cabochon, polymer clay and acrylic paints. Filsan head sculpt is an important one, she’s the one who set Atelier Miss Georgia aesthetic. Also, since both dolls heads were created in the same month, January 2013, both were sand and painted a the same time. More pictures of them painted tomorrow.

Best riguards

Marie Georghy Jacob




Good evening! Yesterday, I presented my very first doll head from the year 2013, Samynah.  She was made in  in late January of that year and created in Living Doll (Terracotta), Fimo Classic (chocolate) and Premo (Frost). It took me 10 hours to sculpted her… in fact, I sculpted her head over and over again…well 5 times! I was simply unhappy with the first three results. At first, she looked like a small child and all I wanted was a beautiful young lady from eastern Africa: Ethiopia, Tanzania and Somalia. More photos of her painted will be presented tomorrow. Stay in touch.

Marie Georghy Jacob