Jul 10, 2012

Breads with lettering

In the last two weekes I worked mostly with paper and wood. It's so sweltering hot here the fimo is melting in my hands and my brain is boiling, too. I try to postponed the clay works but I can't wait any more.
This was my first attempt to make breads with lettering on them. The first photo is about the original bread a kind lady asked me to make in 1:12. As I saw the photo I wasn't sure I would be succesful with the lettering. The only method that worked at last was the handpainting with a pin. I had to print the label with the frame to help me to place the letters correctly.
You can see the result on the second photo. The bread pack on the last one is another ask inspired by the first type with the BEAN & BELUGA sign.





17 comments:

Teresa Martínez- IGMA artisan said...

I love it!

About Me... said...

This looks amazing, I love it!!

jenn

elvira said...

Wow! Non sembra una miniatura! E' così reale! Vien voglia di mangiarne una fetta!!! Bravissima!
Un bacio
Elvira

Luce Fédière said...

It's perfect!
Bravo.
Luce.

ANDA said...

Na most akkor tisztázzuk ! Melyik az igazi ? :)

Bözse said...

Ha-Ha! Az első kép az eredeti. Köszi!

Catherine said...

J adore votre travail . Votre pain est extraordinaire .
Les tranches sont si réalistes .

rosanna said...

It looks SO real ! fabulous!

Fabiola said...

It isn't real?
Pefect!
Bye Faby

Bözse said...

Thank you very much!

Ana Correia said...

Amazing job, looks so real,and the letters are such an original idea :)

La Belle Cuisine / ShabbyParis said...

P-E-R-F-E-C-T!!!!!!

Maria Ireland said...

Wow amazing I love it.
Hugs Maria

Gosia Suchodolska said...

Which one, did you say, was a miniature? I love the texture on the slices. Those tiny air bubbles... how can one achieve such realistic effect?

Eva said...

it's amazing how real looks....I wasn't sure if it was really a miniature. Congrats!

Inma said...

Es increible, no me puedo creer que sea 1/12. El realismo es para comérselo.
Felicidades por el trabajo qu ehaces.
Un saludo; Inma Gomez

CLMT said...

It looks utterly edible!