Fruits and Puff Pastries

>>  21.4.10

These are new oranges (1:4 and 1:12) made out of sukerukun + watercolour.
I believe they are not completely dry (?) yet, as sukerukun can take 3-4 days to completely shows its transparency. In few more days (I hope that I don't forget) I'll show you how the end result.

The one below are 1:4 raspberries. And I've tried to mold it out using Alley Goop. Well, the 2 parts mold was actually an accident but it turns out great! I actually forgot that actually half of it was sukerukun, so they shrank more than what I have expected.

This strawberry cane was made with air dry clay! ^^
Due to my curiosity, I found a way to make it like Angie Scarr's method. I will not recommend anyone to make this though, you have to be very patient and must know how to "condition" it. Not that I say I "know-it-all"; I still made mistakes (more mistakes rather than a good one). I end up with a batch of pink left-over which I hope I can make something out of it!

Last but not least, here are puff pastries or you may call it danishes?
They are too small for 1:12, with only 7 mm length each. -And- they are not dry yet! I am being impatient I know XD. Some parts are assembled half-dry, and I expect some fruits will turn darker (as it looks a bit too pale right now).


Ascension April 21, 2010 at 2:40 AM  

Me encanta como te han quedado los hojaldres.
Me gustaria saber hacer esas maravillosas frutas, pero me parece imposible!!!!
Enhorabuena, estan realmente bien.
besitos ascension

Jo Raines April 21, 2010 at 4:19 AM  

Oh, my goodness! I'd love you to teach us how to do the raspberries, especially! And I can't believe you made strawberry canes with air dry clay! Amazing!


Sumaiya Mehreen April 22, 2010 at 2:12 AM  

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asukasakumo April 23, 2010 at 6:23 PM  

gracias ascension! no te rindas, la fruta necesita mucho trabajo, pero serĂ¡ divertido para hacer y valieron totalmente!

Jody, the raspberries involve of rolling dozen of super tiny balls and sticking them together. I haven't found out an easier way to do it. ^^;

Sumaiya, I hope I can come out with something ^^

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