Hello everyone! It’s been a Long time since I haven’t post something on my website, don’t you worry guys, there is a lot for me to post and here is a sneak preview of Avene, my very first doll from this year! Avene was created with a new approach that I elaborated for two months, for which I will give more details about it tomorrow. Thanks to you all!
Good evening and let’s get to dolls! This is Honor, an Irish name, though this doll does not look like one. She was created last fall (2014) in Prosculpt polymer clay (Caucasian) and is 18” tall (45,7 cm). She was easy to sculpt since Prosculpt is pliable and, of course, once this clay is baked, it has a gorgeous translucent effect that I love so much for the paint and blushing.
Good morning! With this name, Fukiko, I am sure that you all aware that this doll was inspired from Japan beauties. Fukiko in Japanese means, joyous girl or child of a joyous women. Isn’t sweet and pretty don’t you think? My choice of clay was clear from day one. In my mind, only Fimo Puppen Porcelain was the best choice to make this doll to come true. However, I was a little afraid on the painting side due to the very pale effect of this clay once bake. To solve that problem, I mixed a few of Fimo Soft light flesh. At the end, the mix turned out to be a very light peach, closer to chalk white actually. Also, I discovered after baking Fukiko, Fimo Puppen was very strong, solid and semi translucent and which I found very beautiful. She’s is certainly one of my favorite dolls that I made so far. Enjoy!
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!
Good evening! Yesterday I mentioned about my lack of knowledge about the human anatomy in 2012. That topic made me come to realized that I have to start all over again and had to do it properly! The first thing that I did was to subscribe to different doll forums and magazines, artist DVD tutorials and I bought better clay for doll making. I also purchased more lights and molding tools. One thing for sure, I knew if I wanted great results, I had to invest on suitable materials.
This is were I previously worked and created my dolls: it was in a small corner of my bedroom! Better than nothing, previously my studio was in my living room for witch I liked: the natural lighting was awesome.But now I’ve moved out, my 3½ room apartment was getting way to small.