1:24 Miniatures

>>  14.9.10

I am in another series of "got-too-serious"!
(It's an inside joke; if there's something that we are "obsessed" in making something and could not stop until we got it "right" XD)

Made these 1:24 table & chairs last week which has been sitting ever since. I am not sure how to actually "categorized" it as I made them half of my 1:12 Sylvanian furniture. And Sylvanian are actually closer to 1:16 or 1:18. @.@ All the numbers and scales are always confusing, isn't it?

To cut all my rambling short, I just try my best to divide everything into half from what I used to make. And it does involve doubling in the swearing and screaming since things got lost easier than usual.

I am not sure if I got it right, the soups below are corn soup, clam chowder, minestrone, and miso soup. And the drinks are cat-cappuccino, strawberry latte, hot coffee / chocolate, and green tea. The dotted squares are 0.5 cm, for reference of size.

And these are the smallest rice and other veggies that I managed to do. Since I don't have any clear ideas of a final product, so I was making itsy bits of rice and veggies randomly.

Actually I only thought of making 1:24 cakes, especially since I still have some left-over parts of the cakes. But they are actually harder to make than what I expected.

Last but not least, here's another "small" update on my cafe. Finally I just stopped thinking of calculation stuff and just made them anyway. The second floor is still empty, because I am still divided in turning it into working room/ japanese shop.


Sans! September 15, 2010 at 11:54 AM  

Everything is super tiny and I can tell you are resin crazy now :). Are the fumes as poisonous as they say?

The cafe is coming together really nicely. Can you finish it in time for STCC???

Lisa September 17, 2010 at 2:46 PM  

What do you use to colour your resin and still keep it translucent ?

asukasakumo September 20, 2010 at 3:43 PM  

Sans, the plates/cups/bowls here are made of sukerukun for the purpose it will shrink and fit better to 1:24.
I am not sure if my resin is poisonous, I heard different brand probably more dangerous.
Cross your fingers for me :) I think it's just a matter for me to stock everything I have. ^^;

Lisa, I always use acrylic to color my resin pieces.

Unknown September 21, 2010 at 8:39 PM  

El café ya está muy adelantado y con toda esa comida pronto estarán todos los estantes y mesas llenos.
Es diminuta. Muy dificil para mi.
Besos Clara

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