Making Miniature Food and Market Stalls

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Guild of Master Craftsman Publications, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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A master modeler reveals the tricks of molding marvelously realistic fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, cheeses, breads, pastries, and cakes—plus display stands and boxes. “Full of step-by-step projects for bakery goods, meats, fruits, and vegetables, all photographed in great detail....This useful book is certain to please in public library crafts collections.”—Library Journal.

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Making Miniature Food and Market Stalls

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Food tends to be a neglected area in the miniature world, probably because it is usually unrealistic. Miniatures artist Scarr makes wonderfully realistic food from polymer clay (which should be ... Read full review


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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, makes step-by-step DVDs and runs many demonstration workshops. Angie has also written Miniature Food Masterclass for GMC Publications.   

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