Studio Ghibli based food charms, set 2. Made from polymer clay.
Second set is finished! This time we have food from Howl's Moving Castle (bacon, eggs, and bread) and My Neighbor Totoro (bento box).
It's been interesting seeing how the foods on screen are interpreted by people online, especially when it comes to foods that aren't so obvious. The bento boxes were a challenge since so many people seemed to disagree with what was in them exactly. I ended up going with one that had pickled plum, grilled fish, some sort of pea, and bright pink fish flakes.
The next bento boxes will be much smaller as these are way too big.
First time I've attempted any sort of soup. Resin and I still don't play well together, as this was the second attempt at this charm. The resin in the first one dried too dark in color somehow.
I've never had pho before, so I had to heavily reference from the picture sent in as well as other pictures found through Google. There are red chili pieces, green onions, and what I believe was cilantro. It looks as close to the original picture as possible, so hopefully it's right.
Sorry about the photo. I took this tonight inside so I didn't have the best lighting. It needs to go out early tomorrow so it's the best I can do. >.<
1:12 Scale croissants on a plate with orange slices.
Croissants, plates, and orange slices made from polymer clay.
This is my second attempt at an orange cane. Unfortunately, I did something (I have no idea what) and I was only able to use about 7 inches of cane in the end. >.< At least it'll make a ton of orange slices, but still...it means I'll have to make another cane soon.