Tuesday, 28 June 2011


Chocolate cupcakes

Set of 2 -- $3.50
With eyepins - $4

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Youtube and tutorials

I've been posting tutorials on my youtube channel so do check it out if you are interested :) I have a donut one and a bread one so far. And if you have a youtube account, do suscribe to my channel :D

I'm planning to have a "proper" blogshop with stuff like "add to cart" and all but I don't have the time right now. I will be taking my chinese 'O' levels this year and all my other subjects' 'O' papers will take place next year. So I will need to concentrate on my studies.

Steak :)

How do you like your steak?
I like mine in 1:12 scale :)

I'm quite pleased with the result of this actually. The carrots looked more real when I add a lot of translucent clay to it. Although the part that I was disatisfied with was the fat part of the steak. I mixed translucent with a very small bit of brown about in the ratio of 1:7 yet the colour still became very dark. (I hope I'm making sense :P) So the fats look wasn't really achieve. Brushing on some glossy varnish helped a little though,

Steak on a plate** $5.50

Sunday, 12 June 2011

Dim sum -- Har Gao

 Prawn dumplings in a little steamer.

About the size of a singapore 5 cent coin.

Small steamer of har gao** $4
With magnet extra 50cents

Sunday, 5 June 2011

K-pop charms

 More stuff for the K-pop loving people out there! Here are some charms I made for the super junior fans out there.

Available with handphone strap.

I heart suju (circle) -- $2.50
I heart suju (heart) -- $2.50

Other available bands and colours:
Blue, White, Pink, Purple

Friday, 3 June 2011

Japanese mold makers

My mum came home with a big surprise the other day. There is the donut set, the biscuit and macroon set,and the chocolate set. There's made of really flexible plastic and are rather easy to use with ADC as compare to polymer clay.

Charm Update

 I haven't been to much minimaking recently. (except maybe for the fillet burger I made yesterday).

I've got rather attached to making charms out of light air dry clay.

This biscuit one was made out of jumping clay. Rather hard to work with but produces clean, neat results.
The macaroon is made using fuwafuwa ADC using a mold my mum and her friend bought me at UrbanWrite. I'll be showing the molds in my next mold.

The silicone gives a naturally "creamy" effect.

Macaroon charm (with hp strap) $3.50