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Ice Cream Brownie by SmallCreationsByMel Ice Cream Brownie by SmallCreationsByMel
Hi all!

Here's a miniature (1:12) dessert, with vanilla ice cream, fudge, nuts, and cherry over a brownie. This made me hungry while making it haha. Hope you guys like it! =]

materials: Polymer clay, TLS, plate was bought


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What can i say? It's wonderful! :D
But i should elaborate more that that, right? :XD:
The composition of the piece is well balanced. The table make is even more immersive. Each of the elements plays it's role in the visual experience. If not the coin to remind us it's a miniature, i'd completely fool myself into thinking it's the real thing. But what i find even more astonishing is the texture of the brownie and ice cream scoop. It really makes me feel like if i was watching the real thing. My brain is telling me "look at this delicious, moist brownie. take it! taste it!". :la: You've got me here. Well done! The chocolate smudge on the ice cream, intentional or not, give it even more real looks. It's great!
But now the boring part. As long as the chocolate sauce on the top looks nice and very realistic, the "stains" on the plate seem somewhat to big in height. I realize it's probably very hard to operate with such fluids at this scale but what you could try is to apply the "stains" before putting the brownie on and making them more flat and with convex meniscus (if that's even possible). Later pour the "sauce" so it connects to the previously made stains but not overflow them. That's how i see it. It might not even be possible but it's worth a try, right? ;]
Now about the other things: the "nuts" imho are somewhat to green/yellow. More brown in the clay would make them more naturally looking. If it goes about the cherry, it looks really nice but the stem is a bit to red for me and it's tapering the wrong way. I'm sure it's hard enough to create it as it is but maybe you could try making the stem separate? Just a thought.

To sum things up, i find this piece very appealing. You did a wonderful job! But as always there's space for improvement. Keep up the good work! :D
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Cookie-Le-Creepe Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2013  Student General Artist
You are killing me. Im starving right now.
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RenreiChan Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I... wanna eat it =^^=
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xCupcakezz Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
WOAHasdfghjkl; B-but I thought it was real... and then a photograph. Pffff. Watching and faving.
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SmallCreationsByMel Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2013
Thank you so much for the watch and fave :D
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xCupcakezz Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem! They're well deserved c:
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qrowling Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I want Icecream so badly now ;;
But I'm lactose intolerant. D: (Probably didn't even spell it right :I)
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SmallCreationsByMel Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2013
omg that's horribleeee. does that mean you can't eat ice cream? =\
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qrowling Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
mhm ;3;
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