THANK YOU ANN!!! I recently won a giveaway over on Ann's blog, Amazing Miniatures. HOO BOY!! they certainly are amazing! not only am I a fan of her works, I'm coincidentally a fan of both IKEA and modern furniture :P so, winning the table was a :O :O :O :O !!!!!!!!! moment for me!
I love love LOVE how it fits perfectly in my photoshoot area :D :D :D kismet, I say! :P i can't decide if it'll work better as a craft/work table, or a kitchen table, heck I think it could be anything!
please please send her some love :) you can find her works at the links below! I especially love her modern wooden sculptures and frames ^ ^
Thank you again, Ann!
I usually don't get many requests for non-food items. Recently, I was commissioned to make some cigarettes in 1:3. I used to smoke, aeons ago, not too heavily but....yea...I know I shouldn't have but heck, we all go through growing pains, right? I managed to quit what, 5 years ago? It wasn't too hard because I don't think I was really addicted to it, just to the emotional relief it provided (time away from stressful situations). :P ANYWAY....here's my attempts at making the ciggies :) Luckily, dolls don't have lungs. :X
and since I didn't want to waste the rest of the photopaper, I printed additional boxes in various scales. the tiniest one is of course, 1:12....the paper is too thick and folding it at such tiny scales makes the ink crack :( could anyone suggest any ways of avoiding this? I don't think I can get any thinner glossy printing paper, other than heading down to the professional printing shop. ah well! at least it doesn't crack as badly in the larger scales :)
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Woohoo! Love the pictures! And thanks for the link love dearie :-)ReplyDelete
Love the cig box you made. I know we have spoken about this before, printing on glossy paper. I did it once for my mini books and yes, the paper cracks. I am now wondering if it is not better if we print on normal paper and then varnish with nail polish?ReplyDelete