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>>  20.9.10



warning: plenty of pics ahead, and as always you can view more on my flickr.
Psst, actually the reason is because I'm taking these photos with my Nikon D90; since it needed more preparation for the photoshoot, so I decided to take these plenty shots in a go. XD
You might already seen some of the items, I'm just trying to fill out the cafe. :)

I made these tetra pack sugar candies last week, in continuation of the jams and jellies. They are about 1 cm all around. Perhaps someday I will make the tiny tiny candies for the insides as well.

The new milk cartons are smaller than before, made them for the children's menu set (together with the trays). They are printed on thinner paper since making them are trickier than the one before.







These jars are filled with umeboshi (japanese pickled plum). I know it's hard to see the details XD, especially since I put it on this dark cupboard. They are the same size as my fruit jams, which is about 0.9 cm tall x 0.75 cm diameter.

I also made some sandwiches, but these trays are still looking empty indeed. I thought of making some fries to go along with it or maybe some salad (?). I will list them as soon as possible. :)






The onigiri set almost complete! I made some cute octopus-shaped-sausage, which are actually hexa-pus (?) since they only have 6 tentacles. XD

I also made these toothpick flags, later to be add on to the children's menu set. Finding and printing the flags are easy, but not when it comes to making the toothpick and gluing them one by one. Each toothpick are measured 0.55 cm and the flags are about 0.2 cm wide. (I don't think I can be very precise in these, I'm lucky enough if I didn't cut through the flag XD). I selected these 12 flags at random.

These mini mini ribbons have been on the must-to-do-list for a long time. And again, I finally did it and quite satisfied with the result. :) They are about 0.2 cm - 0.25 cm wide, you can see I made plenty of earthy colors, I just love them. It gives such a calming tone.










Last but not least, these last two photos are taken just for fun. They are my private collection, or should I say treasure (?). ^^
He is Sebastian, a character from a japanese comic, Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler). He has one thing in common with me, we both love cats!
Although the teapots are scaled 1:12; the cups are much bigger, perhaps close to 1:6. A little bit of Alice in Wonderland influenced, with them stacking on top of each other. Hehehe, I just love the depth in glass photography.


8 comments :

Josje September 20, 2010 at 5:40 PM  

Oh I love the tea bags and the glass tea pot! Must be because I am a tea lover ;)

The Old Maid September 20, 2010 at 6:25 PM  

Love Sebastian! Oh and all your great miniatures too!;D

Asuka Sakumo September 21, 2010 at 12:37 AM  

Thank you Josje! Hehehe, I've read before that with glass tea pot, you can see the tea leaves "dancing" and I am fascinated by it ever since! :)

LoL, Ewa (The Old Maid) XD Sebastian really stole the attention I see :)

Miniature Patisserie Chef September 21, 2010 at 9:13 AM  

I just love the ribbons!! They are just outstanding!

Pei Li

Fiver September 21, 2010 at 10:10 AM  

Wonderful Asuka - all of it! My Gawd, those flag toothpicks are miniscule!!! I don't think I'd have the patience to make those suckers, lol.

Sans! September 21, 2010 at 3:02 PM  

Oooooh, nice Nikon! Great pics :). I know I am supposed to be off to meet you guys soon. But just had to leave a comment to tell you great job. I have already seen them real life and they are every bit as good as the pics. BETTER! Actually!

Asuka Sakumo September 24, 2010 at 8:14 PM  

Thank you everyone :D

Oh Kristy, I didn't believe I can make them too. Hehehe. You also make so many things that makes me wonder the same thing ;)

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