You might notice the finished pie is slightly different from the one in the listed steps. I used a previously made pie but I promise the techniques involved are the same! Sorry but I needed that tin back.
This is the site I've been looking for : ) Thank you so much for taking time to put these DIY all on one site. I'll be adding this as the best site on my Doll House page!!
Oh, wow! This is AMAZING!!!!! I'm SO glad I decided to watch u!
Oh, this is exciting. This answers a lot of questions I got from other books on polymer clay and miniatures, notably the use of pastel-dust.
Wow, you make it look so easy, so simple! Like there is not anything to it at all. Now I want to try and do it, but, I would have to get appropriate tools. I am kind a guy that does not go buying something and try to do something to it, because I am afraid I will mess it all up and it will be money down the drain
This is awesome thanks for sharing!!!
I've sent you an email to fairchildart re the tutorial! Kindly check and let me know! thanks
Me want this. NOW!!!
It looks so easy. xD But it's probably not. Thanks for the tutorial!
Haha you should make a book, and if you did, I'd buy it x3
So beautiful, I love it! I wish I could make things like that!
THATS A CLAY EXPERT!!!!!!!!!!!!
Apple pie is one of my favorite desserts and you just made me want to eat some right now. Great job.
you have no video?
Wow, incredible tutorial!! o: Might I ask, was that a real pie tin you used?
you are amazing.
It look so real!!!
Amazing! Thank you for sharing the process behind just one of your many amazing works. It is a wonderful insight, and inspiration
This looks great (and really tasty ) Is it ok if I use a bottle cap instead of the pie tin?
my god I want pie now.....you know what's funny? I FOUND YOU BY CLICKING THE RANDOM DEVIANT BUTON!
Pardon my interruption, but how do you bake the pie? What is the temperature and time? ^^
I bake mine at 275*F for 10 minutes
This is beautiful! You explained clearly and carefully!
Thankyou for sharing your wisdom!! A lot of miniature artists keep their techniques to themselves, but you share!! This is why I love your work, (Although this is not the only reason, but it IS one.) and is the first place I go when I'm on dA!
This is a stupid question, but whats the clear stuff used in the glaze for the apples?
Where did you get the plate? :>
And what pastels? like, not oil or something, lol wow im dumb xD