Rachelle

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Good evening everyone! How are all of you feeling tonight? On my part I feel good, however for  this post, I didn’t know If I needed to present my next doll…simply because she was a pain to create and yes this is do to the clay that I used at that time, a mix of Living Doll and Prosculpt. Like I explained in previous posts, Living Doll clay is more fragile, not holding as much flexibility as some other polymer clay. Also, it becomes soft and malleable too quickly, which I do not like at all. Moonies and so do cracks tend to be a problem if you are not at ease with your sculpting process. For these reasons, I had to blend this clay once again with Prosculpt and Fimo Classic, my favorite clay up to now. Anyways, this is Rachelle, my second doll created from last year. Like all my previous dolls, her blue crystal eyes are handmade by me and her wig is made with synthetic hair. Painting Rachelle was also a challenge and her blushing, in my opinion, did not turned right, it was too “pink“. Meanwhile, I think It would not have been fair, on my part, not to show her…she is part of my ”evolution” on my doll making journey and deserves the right to be seen and appreciated…

Thanks everyone!

Marie Georghy Jacob

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Beatrice part 2

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HI everybody! Tonight I present you the second and last part of my doll Beatrice and all pictures where taken about a year ago.

Best regards

Marie Georghy Jacob

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Beatrice

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Hello to you all! Here is my Beatrice, she is the first girl that I sculpted last year (2014) in the month of February. She is mostly made from Cernit (almond) and a part of Prosculpt (Baby). The mix of these two polymer clay was fantastic! Adding Cernit to Prosculpt firms it up and makes it less greasy. However, I still needed to use my food processor and pasta machine to mix them. I was over the moon with the nice satiny matte finish and once it was baked the color was very pretty and easy to blush after sanding. With her, I wanted to create a beautiful south american young women from either Peru, Colombia or Ecuador.

Since I felt more confident with my molding, by better understanding the human anatomy and proportions, the way I sculpted her was very different from what I did in the past. Looking at fashion magazines was the best thing for me to do, since you get a realistic human figure, but nothing comes close or beats practice! Practice is definitely a MUST to improve. Thanks again for watching more pictures of her tomorrow.

Marie Georghy Jacob

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Jane

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

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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

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