Miniature food is a copy of a dish made at a much smaller size than the original. It can be in the form of an inedible toy or accessory, or an edible foodstuff either made from the same ingredients just like the original dish, candy or another substitute. Miniature food is an example of miniature art. There are two types of miniature food: inedible and edible. Inedible food miniatures are often made from plastic, glue, card, modelling paste and other items available in homes. Rooftop curated a Miniature Food workshop with Tanima Maniktala Sachdeva.
About The Artist
Tanmia is a miniature food artist and is into miniature food art. She is a talented artist and her creativity knows no bounds and her food miniatures are realistic and look really irresistible.
The Miniature Food Workshop Began
Tanima greeted all the attendees and thanked the host for the lovely introduction. She first showed a miniature of chocolate brownies that looked tempting even as a miniature and taught the making of the miniature of the chocolate brownie, and showed her created miniature creations of a doughnut, flower, cake and chicken. She explained and concluded by talking about the miniature of a chocolate cake talking about the texture, pattern and minor detailing of her cake food miniature.
Towards The End Of The Miniature Food Workshop
Kaushani made a beautiful miniature food of pizza, mac and cheese, doughnuts, flowers. All the attendees appreciated her beautiful miniature food All the attendees showed their colourful miniature food to Tanima. The host thanked Tanima for teaching me to create colourful and adorable Miniature Food.
The attendees were from different parts of the country. They also belonged to different age groups but their love for art brought them together on a single platform. Rooftop, as always, was successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!