Onsen Panda and some great tools!

>>  20.4.10

These were the reason why I have been quiet last week - as Snowfern said "got too serious" or as I said "too much fun". XD
Haha, if I were to explain how my mind goes when I was making it, it will turn into a very boring essay. But you can expect that they are going to show up in some of the food i will make!

I also got some cool tools last week. These 3 molds and an extruder! Hahaha, now I can skip searching and buying and waiting for the correct utensils for the foods!

Nyann have introduced the original maker of these mold, Bruce Models. For all of you who don't understand chinese (or the memory has been wiped out like me XP), you can run through the site with google translator.

I played around with sukerukun again. It took about 3-4 days for it to dry and reach that transparency like above. I believe that it can be better if you gloss it with the special varnish, but I don't have it right now. But I can conclude that pure sukerukun are rubbery and shrink 15-20%.


mr. pineapple man April 24, 2010 at 6:35 AM  

sooo cute! i used to love making stuff but my eyes started hurting...and i;m only in my 20s!!! too sad...

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