Friday, May 28, 2010

1:12 chocolate rose cake

was supposed to cut a slice out of this cake, but i couldn't bear to XD prob have to ask my customer if she'd like a slightly different choc cake, i only realised it would be difficult to cut it after i made the centrepiece :(

i'd seen this lkea storage box on oese's flickr stream, and thought it was an awesome awesome use of a 'common' item. who knew it'd also be a great lightbox!!! the light source comes from a portable strip of LED lights from my neighbourhood hardware store. battery operated, and rather cool. i had to do a little bit of image editing as the macro pics still came out a little bluish, but ohhh i like it so much :D


made the raspberries using Yoyo's wonderful tutorial (berries is the 4th link from top). i think i got a little too enthusiastic with the paint, turned out a little too red. then i went home and made more......

 i got a little too serious ;)



been busy the past coupla weeks. bf rented an office space, it's rather roomy for 2 people, and i helped him pick out and set up the furniture. he's told me that i can hold workshops in here, which means i'm seriously weighing the possibility of giving lessons. wonder if anyone would like a slightly disorganized and erratic polymer clay tutor who is willing to teach for an exorbitant fee XD XD XD

7 comments:

  1. omg... I just saw how the berries are made. I think I will go blind if I tried to make :P Fantastic work!!!

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  2. Babe babe babe, sign me up!!!!! Me want workshops from YOU!!

    That choc cake is outrageous! You outrage my senses all the time!! I go into a shock everytime the fact that they are minis finally sink in and I succumb to a reluctant admission that my senses have been fooled, AGAIN! Maybe the word should be "outage" and not outrage? What do you say when something goes into an electric shock? Fzzzzzz?

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  3. WOW soo cute >_< im 12 and ur blog is my bible. trying hard to live to ur standerds.
    the cake is wonderful and the berries well; HOW THE HECK TO U MAKE THEM

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  4. u serious about workshop? can i recommend interested learners to you?

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  5. thank you Kara and Genevieve! ^ ^

    ilovelittlethings, yes i'm seriously considering it, but i think it will focus more on polymer clay, and for adults only. you should hold classes too! :O

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