The two heads modeled that I presented to you last week are now painted! This photo taken in the evening doesn’t do them justice! I intend to show you other photos over the next weekend, but with day light! Thank you all!
Les deux têtes modelées que je vous ai présentées la semaine dernière sont maintenant peintes! Cette photo prise le soir ne les rend pas justice! Je compte vous montrer d’autres photos au cours du prochain weekend, mais avec la lumière du jour! Merci à tous!
The 2014 doll Gallery is now ready and updated! In this photo gallery you will find my third series of dolls created that year: Honor, Fukiko, Magdalena, Haven, Maly, Jaya, Aglahé, Fei fan, Adami, Rachelle, Dawn and Beatrice! Thanks everyone for watching!
La Galerie photo de ma troisième famille de poupées créées en 2014 est maintenant mise à jour et prête à être visionnée! Vous y trouverez : Honor, Fukiko, Magdalena, Haven, Maly, Jaya, Aglahé, Fei fan, Adami, Rachelle, Dawn and Beatrice! Merci à tous!
Good evening! On tonight’s post, here is the third and final part of the 2015 dolls video. I have to admit that making these videos were quite fun to make, but demanded a lot of my time. You can be sure that there will be many more of them in future doll projects. Also, sorry for the picture quality shown, I made all these videos directly from my old computer. But, still, I hope you’ll like it and I’ll see you on my next post.
*THIS VIDEO CONTAINS NUDITY PARENTAL GUIDANCE REQUIRED
*THIS VIDEO CONTAINS NUDITY PARENTAL GUIDANCE REQUIRED
Good afternoon everyone! I hope you’re having a good weekend and spending time with your love ones or simply taking time to treat yourself. I’m living you now with the 2015 dolls video part 2. See you soon!
Good evening everybody! I hope you did have a fantastic Valentines Day with your love ones and took time to eat chocolate! On tonight’s post, I will continue with Agnès name meaning. Agnes is a Greek name meaning “pure” or “holy”. The name passed to Italian as Agnese, to Portugues as Inês, and to Spanish, as Inés. This old name was in fact widely popular due to the fact that it was also the name of a famous Christian saint, Saint Agnes of Rome. Also for more than 400 years, Agnes was the third most popular name for women in the English speaking world, especially in the Middle Ages. I know, many of you think this name does not suit her, due to her “African” look, but when I created her, I though of Haitian women…and let’s not forget that most Haitian names are French ones do the the mix of some our ancestors and French colonization! Thank you for reading and will see each other soon!
*WARNING! SOME NUDITY IS FEATURED IN THIS POST. PARENTAL GUIDANCE IS REQUIRED.
Bonjour everyone! Two days ago, my dear Agnès was introduced to you wigged! Speaking of wigs, the hair used was synthetic, I have used it, to mimic natural black hair. Also, I changed my way on making wigs. They now look a bit more natural and I use 85% of the time fine quality human hair and the other 15% is a mix of human and mohair. In a future, I will elaborate more on the subject with a another doll… For tonight’s post, I decided to present Agnès with two of my previous dolls, Fukiko & Betty. It was important for me to present her and compare her with other dolls that I created in the past, because yes, in my own point of view, Agnès looks different from my old dolls. For one, she’s taller and more linear. Two, her face looks more women like and her features are little bit more “realistic”, in other word less cartoon like! I sculpted her in being aware that I needed to make a more mature doll, rather than childish looking one. Though a few past dolls also look more women like, Rachelle, Aglahé and Beatrice come to mind, however with Agnès, I went more deeply with her sculpt aesthetic!
Hello! On tonight’s post, I want to share other photos of Avene with more details. On these photos you will notice that I decided to add an embossed logo of Atelier Miss Georgia studio down the back of Avene and of all future dolls. Avene was the first of them. I am so happy with this doll, because I love the clays that I used to make her (Cernit & Prosculpt). She looks a bit mad, but I’m glad on how she turned out. Her height, her silhouette, her soft blushing and her baby face are lovely. There are probably two things, that I decided to work on: her eyes for which I changed for Swarovski crystals cabochon and her wig! Speaking of wigs, I found that my previous doll wigs look unnatural. With this problem at hand, I did some research to on how to make beautiful natural wigs, which I will talk about in a future post. P.S: I have a spelling error in Avene’s name in the previous two posts, which I will correct now. Thanks you guys for your interest! See you tomorrow with more photos of AVENE.
Tonight, I will make this short and sweet: in this post I am presenting more pictures of Aglahé, my sixth doll of last year. By the way, all pictures on this post were made early this month. Thanks/Merci
Hello! Let me present to you Aglahé! Inspired from mix race Dutch Guiana beauties, Aglahé is made out of Cernit Flesh and Prosculpt Ethnic flesh polymer clay. She stands 18 inches high (45,7 cm), her wig is made out of high quality human hair and her glass eyes are handmade by me. Speaking of glass eyes, as you can see up close on Aglahé’s right eye, there is a crack across the middle. This problem is do to the pressure of the clay once it is cooled down after baking. I made that remark a few days ago in a previous post Fei Fan part 2 and the reason why I switched to crystal eyes. I molded her on following Adami’s slim silhouette, but with more “sex appeal”. Also, I was a bit afraid at first on how I molded her face, I thought of ET the extraterrestrial for a moment. Sorry to say that, but seriously I didn’t know how she would turned out after baking her and I didn’t want to think on how I would paint her. I hope you like her, despite this problem. More photos of her will be posted tomorrow. Thanks and have great night.