November 5, 2010

Small portions.

Really small.

11 comments:

MadisonMan said...

I like the juxtaposition of blog posts.

Moose said...

We're all Vitctorians again,it seemes...

traditionalguy said...

If she also does doll house furniture for the dinning room, then I am impressed. Size really does matter to this artist. Does she live in one of those closet size houses too?

ricpic said...

When it's that small you don't eat it, you inhale it.

lemondog said...

Inflation predictor?

Sixty Grit said...
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deborah said...

Althouse needs a new tag: tedious art.

But here, from The Tale of Two Bad Mice:

figuring out doll house food

Greg Hlatky said...

Your Gov-o-Rations under the new anti-obesity initiative.

bearing said...

I thought the interior of the bread was very nicely done. Wonder how she got polymer clay to do that.

Chip Ahoy said...

Here are some very good 30 minute meals you'll not want to miss.

jaed said...

I thought the interior of the bread was very nicely done. Wonder how she got polymer clay to do that.

Possibly pressed the end into a sheet of the coarsest grade of sandpaper. Or you can press it into coarse salt, then rinse the salt off after it's fired, There are also plastic texture sheets.

It's a very cool material, polymer clay. You can get it to look like just about anything.