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Topic: Miniature food, anime, aqua teen, spongebob, flower, ducky -stravaganza!  (Read 1507 times)
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« on: November 13, 2009 08:38:16 PM »

Here are some things I made about 4-5 years ago. All the pictures with a finger in them, that's my pinkie, included for perspective size... Oh, and they were taken with a crappy webcam, sorry about the fuzziness!

From left to right, starting at the top they are:

Gaara from Naruto; Gaara from behind; Gaara's tattoo; the tattoo with my pinkie (Japanese for "love");

Spongebob Squarepants (AFTER his legs broke off; yes he did have legs!); Master Shake; Frylock; Frylock from behind; Frylock again, with pinkie!

Meatwad; "Rubber" ducky profile; Ducky with pinkie from the front; a practice rose I made (first try) with a bunch of scraps--every color together=brown

Donut with frosting AND sprinkles; a mug of coffee to wash it down (with a tribal-y rose thing on it); chicken drumstick(which you can't see but the bone goes all the way through), mashed potatoes with gravy, sliced carrots, and a hearty whole wheat crown roll lol (I used to work in a bakery--and sorry this is the fuzziest pic!); Spaghetti with sauce and meatballs and garlic bread on which you can't see the subtle browning (also, the crust is really a layer of brown outside the lighter inside bread color);

Cheeseburger with pickle slices( which you can't see actually have skin), lettuce (which you can't see has veins), and a tomato slice on a sesame seed bun (which also has a realistic crust)--there's also fries and ketchup; Finally, breakfast!! Fried eggs, bacon (which you can't see actually has stripes of fat and lean), sausage links, a slice of ham (which you can't see has skin), pancakes, and toast (which you can't see is subtly browned, and of course has crust).

Oh and I almost forgot to add: I do not use paint. This was all made with different colors of polymer clay. If I'd had paint these would probably be much better...
« Last Edit: November 13, 2009 08:52:47 PM by madisonpeach - Reason: I keep forgetting little details... » THIS ROCKS   Logged
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« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2009 08:46:43 PM »

Beautiful work.  Love the ATHF guys Smiley  And the tiny spaghetti noodles are tiny.

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« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2009 12:45:53 AM »

That duck is adorable!
Good job on the rest as well. The food looks tasty.

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