Miniature food Workshop is about making realistic food items with polymer clay. It requires an eye for detail to attain the perfect texture and details of the food items. It transposes you to the world of illusion temporarily. The art form gained popularity after it started trending on various social media platforms.
About The Artist
Tanima is an Arts Manager by profession and miniature artist by heart. Her fascination with tiny things led her to make miniature things and dollhouse artwork. She likes doing creative things.
The Miniature Food Workshop Began
The workshop began with Tanima explaining about the accurate brands for buying polymer clay. She specifically highlighted that the polymer clay dries only by baking it in the oven hence before drying you can easily make changes anytime. Tanima started moulding a small ball from orange-coloured clay to make it into a carrot and cauliflower. She coloured the miniature potato using chalk powder of Camlin brand.
The session turned out to be interesting when Tamina explained the story behind the famous brand of clay, Fimo. The eye blush brush was used to paint the cauliflower from above. The artwork was finalized with the application of primer.
Towards The End Of The Miniature Food Workshop
Tamina showed her other artworks and clientele orders. The artworks left everyone stunned as they were realistic. None of the details were missed out post observation of the actual objects. The attendees were delighted to learn something new.
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. The Circle Community, 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!