Nov 15, 2011

Shelf and food etc.

I made miniature box shelf. I made hinges too. I don't want to make this again, because it was hard work to me.  :-( I try test to open.  It put hinges on the box by tape temporarily.

Open~. Good! I will put board to inside and a handle on the door.
I may buy miniature hinges next time...

Miniature walnut bread.

Lovely doughnut hill. It not glue each other yet. When it glue, the hill will be more tall. And, with lovely candy sticks. :-9

Miniature toadstool cushion. Back side is red.  

I made miniature candles with shabby can again. Red candle is passion, orange is cheerful and blue is peace of mind....

OK, these photos are not about miniature. I have gone to illustration class in community college. My teacher gave us a theme to draw the illustration on the paper coaster to both sides. The theme was "Christmas".  We drew the illustration of Christmas on the coaster, and remake to Christmas ornament. :) I didn't draw on the coaster directly. I already drew that on other paper. So, I cut a circle and glued on the coaster. I drew red sox and..... 

candy cane with a snowman. By the way, Japanese snowman is not three snow balls, just two. I like European snowman. :)


anna said...

Your miniature is always amazingly beautiful!

Ana Anselmo said...

I love your minis!!! I must confess I love Japanese miniaturists, I have several Japanese books, about miniatures made from Japanese artisans, they are wonderful!

MelyMel said...

Che belli! Mi piace molto la piccola credenza, anche i dolci sono bellissimi
Un abbraccio

Snowfern said...

i always say the same thing! i love them all!!! i know the hinges must be really hard work, but they look so good! !i have been wanting to try to make some, but i gave up and bought them instead :X these look much better than the brass ones i bought though....:D

miniacollection said...

Always great work! I love the candles in shabby cans.

Jennifer Rydell@Plushpussycat said...

Fantastic! I love your work and your blog posts! :-)

Obscure Creations said...

Very lovely food - the incidentals like hinges are always hard right?

good job!

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Cote said...

Que maravilla de minis has hecho!! Felicidades

La Belle Cuisine / ShabbyParis said...

I love them all, but the tin candles are amazing! Can you put a tutorial? PLEASE!!!!!

tomohachi said...

Thank you always so much for everyone. :))) Muchisimas gracias!

Ana Anselmo
Thank you for having several Japanese books! :)) I went to a miniature show for last weekend. I got some wonderful miniature works. Those artisans are very famous, their works have appeared in the book. I will post their works I bought on my blog.

Hi Cindy! I bought miniature hinges, large and small size, at last. hahaha. Large size looks like my hinges. (-_-;) But I will don't have hard time on next time. :)

Thank you! I will consider about make a tutorial when I have enough time. :)

Mari@ said...

I absolute love your last creations. They are very fun and special!! Hugs

shivabizconn said...

You have a nice blog
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