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whitewhitedeer:

•Miniature Coconut Cake Slices• will upload a picture with the full cake tomorrow 😝 { #handmade #diy #handicraft #craft #clay #sculpeyiii #premo #fimo #polymerclaycharm #polymerclay #polymerclaycreations #miniature #miniaturefood #fakefood #miniaturecake #coconut #coconutcake #cake #dollhouseminiature #dollhouse #cakeslices }

whitewhitedeer:

•Miniature Coconut Cake Slices• will upload a picture with the full cake tomorrow 😝 { #handmade #diy #handicraft #craft #clay #sculpeyiii #premo #fimo #polymerclaycharm #polymerclay #polymerclaycreations #miniature #miniaturefood #fakefood #miniaturecake #coconut #coconutcake #cake #dollhouseminiature #dollhouse #cakeslices }

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operafantomet:

As promised to anon ages ago: various UK Aminta stomachers. 

Row 1: The original dresses, as worn by Maria Kesselman, Claire Moore, Sarah Brightman and Rebecca Caine. I love the very visible daisy and the heavy spiral lacing with black cord. I think Sarah’s had more of a rose theme going on, but I have yet to find a truly good photo of it. 

Row 2: Assorted floral motifs with light shades, here seen in the dresses of Gina Beck, Zoë Curlett and Deborah Dutcher. 

Row 3: Peachy and white flowers, here seen in the dresses of Tabitha Webb, Leila Benn Harris and Katie Knight-Adams. The two latter (probably the same dress) has gold lacing in front; most have red. 

Row 4: Dark red flowers with dark green leafs, here seen in the dresses of Celia Graham, Rachel Barrell and Robyn North. These too have gold lacing. 

Row 5: Gold roundels with pink flowers, here seen on Katie Hall, Anna O’Byrne and Olivia Brereton. I think only one dress was made in this style. 

Row 6: Pink and blue flowers and red lacing. This style is the most recent one, and also the one Sierra Boggess wore in the RAH concert. The dresses here belongs to Katy Treharne, Harriet Jones and Claire Doyle, and I suspect it’s the same bodice. 

These costumes must have been so much work! So impressive!

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pastelcrane said: First off, I want to thank you for reblogging my work! It's so sweet of you. Secondly. I was wondering if you had any suggestions for glow in the dark products? Mainly rocks/crystals/glass. I've been trying to find something that would be great in resin and such. Do you have any suggestions for items that are good? Or not so good. Thank you again!

allthesmallthingsminiatures:

It funny, because I’ve been researching glow-in-the-dark for an upcoming “secret” project.  I’ve mostly been comparing polymer clays, but there are a lot of different types of glow-in-the dark products out there.  If you can’t find rocks, etc you like, you can always take regular rocks and paint them with glow in the dark paint.

The only other thing I’ve come across is that there are two main chemicals that are used to create glow-in-the-dark effects:  zinc sulfide and strontium aluminate.  Strontium aluminate is the the stronger of the two and products that use it will “glow” longer.

Talented artists!

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niaice:

Miniature Tray - tutorial

Love it

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irisnectar:

Incredible miniature meals by Petit Plat

Amazing work!

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doctorwho:

snowfall52:

30 days of Doctor Who

Day fourteen: Mods are asleep! Anything goes!

I built a model Torchwood Hub from scratch to go with the action figures. It took 4 years to build and I’ve still a bit to do once my hand recovers from CTS surgery!

Mods are asleep! Anything goes!

Freaking AWESOME!!!

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archiemcphee:

The Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders can’t stop marveling at the impeccably detailed, impossibly tiny miniature food created by Rochester, MN-based artist Kim of fairchildart. From fruit and veggies to mouthwatering main courses, tantalizing sweets, and even a cannibal’s feast, all of Kim’s 1:12 scale food sculptures are handmade using polymer clay, needles, colored chalk pastels, rocks, razor blades and awesome attention to detail.

"I started out in July of 2008 with a book by Sue Heaser called Making Doll’s House Miniatures with Polymer Clay. It’s a fantastic book with very easy to follow tutorials on everything from miniature potatoes to Tiffany style lamps. I was amazed at how such simple clay techniques could produce incredibly realistic results. From there I started using pictures of real food as a reference and it’s spiraled into an obsession ever since!”

When asked how she manages to make her miniature food look so realistic, Kim says that secret to her success is: “a good dose of artistic masochism and being a stickler for details.”

Click here to view lots more of Kim’s fantastically food miniatures.

She also has pieces available for purchase via the fairchildart Etsy shop.

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AMAZING!

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earthlycreations:

Lightning Storm Over Tampa, Florida by James Cundiff


Beautiful
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tarajabbari:

Hobbiton movie set and farm pictures

I want to go there!

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fashizblackdiary:

Jimi Urquiaga has released his debut Spring/Summer 2014 collection, Aguanile, from his new clothing line J. Urquiaga.

A lot of the inspiration from the collection originated from Urquiaga’s culture background and profound interests. As a Cuban-American, he was greatly inspired by the woman of the Afro-Cuban religion, Santeria. As a form of spiritual purity, the women who practice Santeria wear all white. Thus, “Aguanile” by J. Urquiaga was conceived. Aguan, meaning “cleansing,” fits as the appropriate title in relation to the study of Santeria by Afro-Cubans. Urquiaga was eager to create this collection that exemplified the culture of this religion and embodied a clean palette in which welcomes the Spring/Summer of 2014.

For more information, please visit www.jimiurquiaga.com.

The Team :
Photographer: Robert John Kley
Stylist: Jimi Urquiaga Fashion Stylist
Hair/Makeup: Sheena Zargari
Model: Milan Dixon

Love this look!

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theshortfacechronicles:

godius:

Here’s a highly detailed, vertical cross section, scale model of the Palais Garnier Opera House, Paris. / via: horton

This is amazing!


So beautiful

theshortfacechronicles:

godius:

Here’s a highly detailed, vertical cross section, scale model of the Palais Garnier Opera House, Paris. / via: horton

This is amazing!

So beautiful

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misswallflower:

Self-portrait series “Stage of Mind” by Jee Young Lee

"Jee Young Lee is a Korean artist that converts her small studio space into beautiful dreamscapes. Every single detail is made by hand, from the lighting, the suspended objects and the center elements."

Wow!

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junkculture:

Meticulously Crafted Dioramas Depict Urban Environments Littered with Trash and Graffiti

I love this artist’s work!

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seraphica:

These absolutely breathtaking costumes are all custom-made by Armstreet, guaranteeing they’ll match your measurements. The Ukrainian-based designers offer each outfit in several colours, and also make a number of accessories.

Wow!

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