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

Peach Blossom Hill 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!


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Asuka Sakumo 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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