Dec 6, 2010

Christmas dinner

I showed all the Christmas miniatures I had made in the last month, this is only a scene with these minis. I entered for a Hungarian polymer clay competition in Christmas theme. In Hungary using the polymer clay is in its infancy, almost everything is some jewelry made from fimo or other brand of clay. So only my work is a miniature amongst the others, and all this miniature world is absolutely unknown. The editor of this competition put only the "Christmas dinner" title next to my photo, but not mentioned that it's a miniature. Somebody of the commenters confusedly asked "This is a very nice arrangement, but what's from polymer clay?". This is the best praise about my work I've ever got.


I sent also this second photo for the editor, but only one was allowed to participate in the competition, and she choosed the photo without the dice.

12 comments:

Mags Cassidy said...

That was the best compiment.
I love your work, you have a big talent.
Mags

The Old Maid said...

Hahaha Love this comment! Well deserved Bozse!:)

Lady Jane said...

Your mini display is fantastic. You did excellent work.

CWPoppets said...

A great compliment and well
deserved ! The idea with the dice is fantastic! I alway's look for well known items to compare sizes. Would you mind if I use it someday,too ? I'll acknowledge the idea of course.

Daydreamer said...

Bozse, your minis are fantastic! That tiny gingerbread house is gorgeous! The whole feast looks divine!

Bözse said...

Thanks a lot! Of course, you use the dice as a measure. I always use a Hungarian 100 Ft coin, but this time it was hiding somewhere, and I was too lazy to go to my purse, so I grabbed the first right thing next to me.

Kittenz said...

I would have asked the same thing if I'd never seen your blog. Sometimes I can't believe your talent myself. You are amazing!

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Obrenski said...

Oh Bozse, your work is beautiful. Your nut rolls are so life like, they reminded me of when I was a little girl and my aunt would make them during the holidays. Thank you so much for the treasured memories.

Britt said...

Hi!
I think your Christmas table are very lovely.
Hug Britt

Chris V. said...

Fantastic food! Nice to have found your blog!
Chris Verstraete
In Miniature Style II, coming spring 2011.

Make It Small said...

Wonderful miniatures and a wonderful story! You deserved to win the competition! Gill

teruka said...

It looks like delicious!!