Creating Miniature Food for Dolls' Houses

Emma Ferdinando
Creating Miniature Food for Dolls’ Houses shows you how to bring mouth-watering delights to your dolls’ house kitchen. With detailed, easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, this book explains the materials and methods used to begin creating miniature food using polymer clay. It introduces the techniques of caning, layering, chopping and mould-making, as well as showing you how to use texturing and colour to enhance your creations. Working with resin, liquid clay and texture gel to add an extra dimension to food items is also covered, along with pointers about how to choose a project and how best to present finished pieces. The delicious projects covered include: Garden vegetables, Pasta and pizza, Classic roasts, Raw meats and fish, Baked goods and desserts, Sweets, Preserves, Medieval and retro party food ideas.
Whether you are a beginner or a more experienced modeller, this book will enable you to make realistic-looking food from a variety of eras that will wow all who view it.
Creating Miniature Food for Dolls' Houses by Emma Ferdinando

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About the author

EMMA FERDINANDOis a professional artist who mainly works in fine art finishing but has been creating miniature scale pieces for dolls’ houses and model makers for the last eighteen years. She has sold work through various shops and outlets, but particularly enjoys the challenge of private commissions. Emma concentrates on carefully replicating the finer textures and details of a wide range of decorative and food pieces, and enjoys the endless variety this subject offers to the model maker.

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