Mar 11, 2014

My meat grinder

Whenever I want to make a miniature with difficult and composite build I dissect it to simple  parts in my mind and I try to find the best material and method for making these parts. At the end the paint would cover all the different materials. This little meat grinder was made of polymer clay, air dry clay, paper, wood, aluminium, wire and some micro beads. And there were some mistake, too, so I had to change my first choice of material, but I think it's worth all the efforts. Of course I couldn't help it, I had to place some rust onto the grinder.







19 comments:

Christy Sheffield said...

Wow, great job!

Moniksza Alsine said...

Wonderful and very real .. Congratulations talent ...

Illyria Miniatures said...

Oooh.... this is just too perfect!! I love it! It just amazes me how extensive your imagination is! And to think it's truly perfect... we have one exactly like this at home :)

The grandmommy said...

Perfect! It is bloggers like you who stretch my thinking. Who would have thought of using so many different materials?

Katrina said...

Incredible!

Susan said...

Superb!! Much more real than the commercially made models , absolutely unique!

Ana said...

Otro de tus trabajos impresionantes!!!

Karolyn said...

FANTABULOUS!

anna said...

fantastic!!! :)

Steinworks said...

Polymer clay is great isn't it!..I love it :) and your meat grinder is amaZingly real!

Hugs
Marisa

bajka Kornelii said...

So beautiful ;)

ANDA said...

Super reality! (as always :)

miniacollection said...

Wonderful work!
Geneviève

Bözse said...

Thanks a lot!

Michelle said...

That is amazing -- I love it!

Dany said...

Wow, fantastic job

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Shelia said...

Great artefact. Choose a great model to work on. Done a great job. :)

Anonymous said...

.........Nice..^_^v............