Mar 24, 2011

My last scene for the show

This is the last one, a harvest scene! Most of the fruits are old miniatures except the grapes in the butt and some apples. I made a stone wall as a background. I have a lot to do to make it more realistic, but now I have no more time for fiddling.  Tomorrow is the packaging and printing day.
And now I'M GOING INTO THE GARDEN!!! It's May outdoors!



17 comments:

Marta said...

Ohhhhhhh es realmente precioso, tienes unas manos increibles, Felicidades ¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡

CWPoppets said...

Looks absolutely beautiful!
Good luck!

Jaana said...

Looks so great and the pictures are wonderful :)
- jaana-

Flora said...

When you are silent for a long time means that you are producing wonders :-)
I'm sure you'll have great success at the show :-)
Mini hugs, Flora

ultsu said...

Gorgeous - and so lifelike

Garden of Miniatures said...

That's really a great work,doesn't look like a miniature scene.I have everything crossed that you will have a successful fair ;-)!Jeannette

Margot Ensink said...

What a beautiful scene with the soft sunlight on the fruits, the wall looks great too!!

Eva said...

What can I say! Looks absolutely real...love the sun light over the scene. It 's stunning!

Patty said...

Bozse, It is so stunning! You are going to amaze everyone that sees your work! I look forward to your report of your day tomorrow! I hope you get a photo of everything once it is set up!!

Marie75 said...

Beautiful work !

Jollie said...

So realistic and very beautiful!!! :)

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Olaf-Obrenski said...

Very beautiful!!

Lene said...

Oh, how nice it looks. You make some very beautiful photos. Everything looks very realistic.

Bözse said...

Thank you very much!

Janice said...

Stunning tranquil scene. Good luck!

Leslie said...

That is gorgeous! I love your lighting and the brick wall adds so much to the feel of a rustic harvest. I wish I had that table in full-size! :) Thanks for sharing your beautiful work and best wishes to you at your first artist show.

Minteriors said...

I agree with the other's comments! This display piece is absolutely wonderful. It looks as if it could be walked up to in real life. You can almost smell the sunshine on the limestone wall and fruit. Two thumbs up from my corner.