A perfect gift for those who enjoy (and there a lot, according to the internet!) creating tiny food for their pets.
This Angie Scarr collection takes miniaturists on a voyage of discovery and inspiration. In it, Angie reveals the secrets of her amazingly intricate work and invites us to share her passion for miniature food.
The book discusses tools and materials, and demonstrates how to create liquid and translucent effects; do glazing, molding, and caning; and use gels and polymers. It’s great for both beginners and advanced students.
The mouth-watering and extraordinarily detailed miniatures include various fruits and vegetables, cakes and tarts, squid, stuffed olives, and cut coconuts. Yummy!
The bible for mass producing miniature food. It concentrates on caning techniques, molds and cold porcelain.
Each lesson is well illustrated with photographs and easy to follow text. Lessons are divided into Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced so you can work your way through them. You will be totally inspired and itching to make everything shown, especially the amazing cabbages! Well worth the investment. Book Scout
About the Author: Angie Scarr is a highly regarded miniaturist, well-known around the world for her intricate polymer clay work and for constantly pushing the boundaries of her craft by exploring new techniques and materials. She runs the successful Angie Scarr Miniatures, contributes to miniaturist magazines, makes step-by-step DVDs, and runs many demonstration workshops. Angie’s previous book for GMC Publications is the best-selling Making Miniature Food and Market Stalls.
- Miniature Food Book
- Materials and Techniques included