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« Reply #120 on: August 30, 2009 06:10:37 AM »

These are incredable. I have made cakes before but one day I will def try other foods. They look so real!

Gal meant that as a compliment Smiley
« Last Edit: August 30, 2009 06:11:40 AM by GardensOfUtopia » THIS ROCKS   Logged

I can't breath without art..
www.GardensOfUtopia.Com   One of a kind baby and fantasy sculptures.
« Reply #121 on: August 30, 2009 06:13:29 AM »

Forgot to ask.. Do you have a website or blog I can go to?

I can't breath without art..
www.GardensOfUtopia.Com   One of a kind baby and fantasy sculptures.
« Reply #122 on: September 03, 2009 11:28:55 PM »

Hi guys! It's been awhile since I've visited! Thank you so much  Cheesy! Here's my website: http://www.kivasminiatures.com
I started in 2005. I started buying dolls, then other miniatures to furnish a house. Mom built me two dollhouses, which I crammed full...THEN, I discovered miniature food and I was FLOORED! I had no idea that people actually made that stuff! One day, I bought a couple bars of clay, black and white, and just started making stuff. I had no clue what I was doing and I painted everything. Honestly, it turned into an obsession right off the bat, and I kept experimenting, almost 24/7. I finally did a little research, bought every book I could find on the subject, and kept honing my (limited) skills. In time, I stopped consulting the books and just relied on my own experimentation...and just really studied actual food, whether that be the kind sitting right in front of me, or photographs. Sometimes the food in the books didn't look right, to be honest. I wanted my food to look REALLY cooked ;-).

Just keep plugging away at it! It is an endlessly fascinating hobby, which can turn into a career :-D.
« Reply #123 on: December 21, 2010 03:40:16 PM »

Wow. You have serious SKILLS! Amazing and inspiring.
« Reply #124 on: December 28, 2010 08:35:27 AM »

This makes me hungry just looking at it - very life-like.  Great job!  It really looks real!  What a great variety too.  They would make lovely candles.  Bravo!   Shocked

Imagination is more important than knowledge. 
- Albert Einstein
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