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1:12 Misc Foods by Bon-AppetEats 1:12 Misc Foods by Bon-AppetEats
I haven't uploaded anything for a little while since I'm busy trying to build up an inventory for my show next month, along with trying to figure out a way to display it all (which I have figured out - I just need someone to help me build it because I don't trust myself around power equipment XD).

This was all finished over the course of the week, along with several failures at trying to make my own plates and bowls. :P

From the left: A breakfast plate with pancakes, eggs, and bacon, a lemon meringue pie, an apple pie, a blueberry pie, a peach pie, lemon squares on a plate I tried (and failed) to make, cinnamon rolls, cherry crumble, and chicken and herb sausages.


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CaldoRosa Feb 7, 2014  New member Hobbyist Artist
Small bites!!!
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:iconsateasha:
Fantastic job! I have never seen craftsmanship like this before. You are truly amazing and talented, and your works are inspiration to me. May I ask if you can share with us which brand of clay you use to make your wonderful creations, and whether you have a preference of any kind?
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:iconbon-appeteats:
Bon-AppetEats Oct 28, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much!

I use Sculpey III, Premo, and Fimo. Usually whichever is the cheapest/softest/has the correct color. Firmer clay is better since it holds up better to being handled a lot while crafting.

Love your icon btw. I can get totally sucked up into that game if I let myself. :)
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:iconsateasha:
Don't I know it, The Sims rules (side question: do you plan on getting TS4 next year?). Thank you for your answer, I'm sure I can benefit lots from that :-D One more thing, do you rely more on mixing colour into the clay or on puffing the colour on the clay (in the case of using pastel)? 
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Bon-AppetEats Oct 31, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
I saw some clips of it and just how much you can customize your Sims and I really want to get it. Didn't play Sims 3 all too much (I still prefer Sims 2 because I know how everything works), but I like how everyone ages with you in Sims 3. If I have extra money and time, I plan on getting it. :) And then probably abandoning it once Dragon Age: Inquisition comes out. lol

A lot of the detail is put on with pastel, though I think a bulk of the coloring for most items comes from mixing clay colors. The pastel just adds a cooked look to things.
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:iconcoldcity:
However, what is that food on the far right on the sky plate?  what is that?  i like the sassauges the most, or maybe the one your hand is touching.
that dish looks most appealing of t hem all.  o.o  ormaybe that pizza  above the cinamon rolls.
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:iconbon-appeteats:
Bon-AppetEats Sep 14, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Those are lemon bars.
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:iconcoldcity:
I could probably eat all that in 8 bites.  (One if i really put my mind to it)
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ShadowB12 May 16, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
CAn you eat them?
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:iconpompoentje666:
i Love all your work really fantastic!! check out mine to ;)
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