Wednesday, July 30, 2014

1:3 miniature papayas, EOY 2014 this weekend!

cross-posted at, 2 new blog posts over there, this one cross posted as there's a BJD setup at EOY2014 this coming weekend! :)


1:3 miniature papayas - airdryclay, acrylics, sealants

Wahey!! This request came in at a pretty close to the deadline, and I was a little worried that it wouldn't dry in time, but the weather has been pretty warm lately (although humid, but I kept the fan directly on them 24/7!) so I managed to finish it on time!

KW Designs wanted some papayas for use with his setup for this weekend's EOY 2014 at Marina Barrage! I wish I could participate too, there are SOOOO many wonderful setups organized by Fujiwara Yukino, I hope to drop by if my health permits....Please do go down if you have the time!

Event details and how to get there can be found here:

1:3 papaya milk ice blended drink, epoxy resin, acrylics

Meanwhile, here's the blender which KW Designs passed to me to fill with 'papaya milk ice blend' :) I decided to make the lid for the blender as well, since I had spare materials at hand, and hope he doesn't mind! (kept it as a surprise haha) Should be an interesting setup!


Selfie of Ginger in my favourite wig XD Just because it makes me smile ^_^

Thursday, July 3, 2014

1:6 scale miniature playscale 80s Singapore tidbits

The DSLR won this round. I am still struggling with the settings, and the macro clip-ons. I suppose the photos look good from far, but are far from good T-T They'll have to do for now because I am a little busy!

The request was for 1:6 items, a rare request! They are double the size of the ones I made for a personal 80s Singapore project. Quite a number of people have asked where I had obtained the images, all the graphics were made by me using inkscape, referencing photos I had found online.

Yotsuba is 12cm tall, which makes her about 1:10 scale, so these are a tad large for her! They would be suitable for playscale dolls like Barbie. Pullip, Blythe etc, but I think my customer ordered them for possibly YoSD sized dolls? I really ought to put them with some Re-ment but eh, already packed them away hehehhe oops

 1:6 scale miniature White Rabbit Milk sweets and Haw Flakes, polymer clay, paper, Inkscape, sealant, glue

1:6 scale miniature Mamee Noodle Snack, air dry clay, decal, plastic, paper, Inkscape, sealant, glue, acrylic paint

Some of these might not be familiar to those who aren't living in Southeast Asia, but I have had people reporting in from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and even the USA who say they're still available in Chinatown areas! Wooo!

1:6 scale miniature seaweed rings, Spin potato snacks, air dry clay, acrylic paint, sealant, plastic

These were the most time consuming to make, and there are 50 pcs in each package. The Spin crackers used to taste and look slightly different from these when I was younger, and had a flavour other than MSG :X I miss eating them! They also came in a cone, not packaged like this. As for how do I do my plastic packaging, let's just say, I still fail alot and so am not confident in revealing my methods :( But you can try and be creative with an iron, just be careful! :X

GROUP SHOT! I hope she likes them :) I certainly enjoyed making them, quite a challenge!

I have also opened up a pre-order for the 1:3 Ramen and Udon bowls that were pretty popular, you can find more details here:

however there are only 2 bowls left, they were snapped up faster than expected, thank you all :)

Thursday, June 19, 2014

You are cordially invited.... SIM-RMIT Bachelor of Design (Communication Design) Batch 12th Graduation Showcase


Event: SIM-RMIT Bachelor of Design (Communication Design)
Batch 12th Graduation Showcase
Date: 21 (Sat) - 22 (Sun) June 2014
Time: 10.30am - 8pm
Venue: National Design Centre 
111 Middle Road
Singapore 188969
Admission: Free

For more information, please visit!


I feel really really lucky to have been picked by a group of talented designers to participate in their graduate project cum showcase, a big big BIG "Thank You!" for all the hard work, Chin, Esther, Jingting and Noeleen! They were all very professional and lovely to work with, and patient dealing with me, as I have very little knowledge of design and how to market my own works......they even came down all the way to my neighbourhood for their meetings for my convenience. I am really, really touched by their thoughtfulness! 

They did a stellar job and many congratulations to them on their graduation show!!!!

*deep bows*

If you are in Singapore on the above dates, please do drop by to show your support to them, and me *blush* The Singapore 80s tidbit stall was a personal challenge, and I am so glad that people other than my immediate family will get to view my hard work XD 

I will be attending the opening night and hope to grab some photos of the whole campaign, I hope I do their hard work justice! *goes off to charge camera batteries!!!*

As for those who are unable to view all the items in person, you can view the summary of the little individual elements below, in my Facebook album!

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

A drink for the 1:12 tidbits stallholder....

1:12 scale dollhouse miniature milk coffee tins (aluminum, epoxy resin, acrylic paint, Inkscape, paper, glue, raffia string)

I am back from FAM2014!! It was a super fun and hectic weekend, I will try to blog about it in detail as per last few events, but meanwhile, am excited to continue work on some ongoing projects, namely the 80s Singapore tidbits stall :) I imagine the stallholder taking coffeebreaks, and this is one of the most popular ways to order a to-go coffee in Singapore when I was a kid!

 The tin cans had to be made first, and like the biscuit tins, I used actual disposable 'pie' trays (which are thicker than aluminum foil) and glue to hold everything together. Then also making sure to glue all edges before adding the resin, to ensure no leakage.

As for the label, I referenced some old photos found online, and picked out elements which I recall best matched my childhood recollection of the tins and printed it out on regular A4 paper, spray sealed, and stuck it onto the tins after the resin had set.

It took me, oh, all of 6 hours to do it, inclusive of all the whining and procrastinating that comes with graphic/editing work :X Poor Asuka and Chun bore the brunt of it this time XD XD XD Thank you two for putting up with my nonsense!!! :X

There is more news coming up in my next post! Those who are following the Snowfern Clover facebook page probably know about it already, but I'll do up a proper post on it soon, quite excited!!!

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Funan Anime Matsuri 2014 - June 14th & 15th, See you there!

Marie Antoinette inspired 1:12 scale dollhouse cakes, polymer clay (custom order)

Finally, an update, and in 1:12 too! This is a custom order for a very nice and patient customer!! 

I have been busy neglecting this blog (:P) as I have been working on items for sale at an upcoming event in Singapore, details below :)

Funan Digital Life Mall June 14th -15th 11am-8pm
For those who are (or will be) in Singapore, please do drop by and say Hi to Asuka and I, for we are back together for another event, Funan Anime Matsuri! We will be sharing a table at the Creators Hub ^_^
I am still busy putting together items for sale for the weekend event, photos of what will be available can be viewed here:

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Pick Me - Part 03

A tiny tea time to perk up your day

Look out in June... For something big that will take your breath away...
Stay tuned for the reveal!

This is the final part of the fun project with a group of students for their final year @esthysm @littlechoo_jt @mouldysweets @noeleeeen
#bdcd #tictalk12 #funprojectwithteammini #miniature #singapore

Friday, May 30, 2014

Pick Me - Part 02

A tiny tea time to perk up your day

Look out in June... For something big that will take your breath away...
Stay tuned for the reveal!

This is the final part of the fun project with a group of students for their final year @esthysm @littlechoo_jt @mouldysweets @noeleeeen
#bdcd #tictalk12 #funprojectwithteammini #miniature #singapore