Making Miniature Food and Market Stalls teaches the reader how to create an array of extraordinarily life-like and mouthwatering food in polymer clay as well as a selection of stalls on which to display them. The author reveals how to create uncannily realistic edibles including fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, cheeses and bread using beautifully photographed step-by-step images.
Areas covered include: simple an advanced caning; stacking; color blending; detailed tools and material information and making display objects including wooden fruit boxes and vegetable baskets
Step-by-step instructions are included for 100 projects
Suitable for beginners
Includes a color mixing chart
Features an introduction to techniques
|Dimensions||210 × 276 mm|
Angie Scarr is a highly regarded miniaturist, well-known in the UK, Europe and the USA for her intricate polymer clay work. She is constantly pushing the boundaries of her craft, exploring new techniques and materials. She runs the successful Angie Scarr Miniatures, contributes to miniaturist magazines and runs many demonstration workshops.
Paperback / softback