That is AMAZING! There are no WORDS! x gasps in awe x This takes years of skill and a lot of patience! I am amazed! How big is it compared to a dime or a quarter? I would really like to see the comparison. You have real talent and I would love to learn how you did this exactly. Can you make a tutorial on your bowls and plates? (Sorry that I have nothing else to say so I repeated it.) That is AMAZING! There are no WORDS! x gasps in awe x This takes years of skill and a lot of patience! I am amazed! How big is it compared to a dime or a quarter? I would really like to see the comparison. You have real talent and I would love to learn how you did this exactly. Can you make a tutorial on your bowls and plates?
I always love watching your videos ^_^ It blows my mind how skilled you are and that you hardly ever actually use your hands, but rather your tools as an extension of your hands. I am still working on getting the hang of that--more often than not, I need to use my hands cause I just don't have enough fine-motor control >_<
Keep up the beautiful work!
P.S. I love, love, LOVE the music you use. Whenever I find tutorial videos, more often than not the music is just hideous and doesn't fit. You always choose soothing, beautiful music that makes watching the video all that much more fun!
Your comment has made my day! I am so happy you like the music I choose because that is actually the hardest part for me lol. People have so many different taste in music so it is always hard to choose something. I do try to use soothing music since you need to be calm I think, to do miniature art since it takes so much time and concentration hehe =].
Again, thank you for your lovely comment!
Btw, I checked out your page. I love the Spirit Koi fish you made! And your pieces are looking good =]. I'm sure you will just continue to get better and better at making miniatures. If you haven't yet, you should join my miniature group . We hold monthly challenges that help improve our miniature making skills hehe (it will start again in March).
You know that I adore your work and you have just produced another truly awesome tutorial. As I have said before you make it look so easy. You are so comfortable and confident with your technique. As an aside I really love the tomato cane. I tried making one myself the other day and somehow it doesn't look at all like the one you used. A wonderful job Mel. Thank you.
I like the way that things were thinly cut and crunched up, it wouldn't look much like a salad if the salad was too thick and plain flat. I also love how you made it looked like everything was just tossed and not just put on the top of the salad, you made sure things were on the side too. I think you did an awesome job :].