I was trying to find an online shop to buy some supplies, so I was sifting through my miniatures links (a daunting process). I have a handful of links with Asian characters, and I'm not quite sure what the hell they are until I click on them. Well, I wound up clicking on this link....again. It's been awhile since I've visited (I think maybe the last time was when I started my blog and did a post on this artist's work). Well, I was blown out of the water AGAIN by this person's immense talent. He/she just smacks you in the face with brilliance. I wish they would update more frequently, because I am itching to see more. I do not know who this is, but they make THE BEST bread and (and possibly) pastries I have ever seen in my entire life. It takes my breath away.
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Hey! No, this is not my work, but the work of an extremely talented Japanese (I believe) miniaturist ;-)! Totally different style than mine, you are correct! I am just a fan. Visit that link above, and you will see a bit more of their extraordinary work :-D!!ReplyDelete
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I know! You know what? Posting tonight has driven me ape shit. I don't know what it is, but I had to revise this one at least seven times :-/. Has something changed again?? Aaargh!!ReplyDelete
Holy mother of talent. Their minis look better than the life sized real stuff!ReplyDelete
Yo también soy una fan!!ReplyDelete
I had a look at the blog, it is really incredible.ReplyDelete
I wonder why they don't put a translator, even if the translation is not good at least it could help us. Thank you for the link.
Wonderful, out of this world. I agree with Genevieve: what about a translator? but the works are super. Thanks for sharing, RosannaReplyDelete
Wow!! That first picture of the sliced bread - how did they get the holes to look so perfect????? Are you sure that's a picture of MINIATURE bread?ReplyDelete
Ditto to Kristy's comment. OMG! I'm gobsmacked. Makes me feel like a hamfisted klutz!ReplyDelete
Have you seen this site? -
Ann, I know!! WTF? My mom could not believe that they were miniatures!!ReplyDelete
Teresa, this person is very gifted, I agree!! It would be cool to look over his/her shoulder as they made bread, wouldn't it ;-)?
Genevieve and Rosanna, sometimes I use this thing that's installed on my browser's toolbar (in this case, Firefox, but they have them for every browser). It's a button you add, so when you come across a website in a foreign language, it translates it for you. It's definitely not an exact science, though- it's often a bit garbled, lol!!
Kristy, those frigging holes, I know!!! This person is clearly anal....and I mean that in the best possible way, lol!!
Glenda, YES!! I have seen that one as well. MORE fabulosity!!
I think Asuka introduced me to her work in June when Dale was here. I must have read about her in your earlier post too Kiva, since I don't miss anything here.ReplyDelete
Some of these Japanese artists are so amazing and mind blowing . They have truly lifted it to a spectacularly precise art form. I try not to dwell on them . They are scary alright and I will freeze and never want to do this again if I should start comparing. But they set the standard.
Who is she? Is she regarded as a master in Japan? It is even more scary for me if she isn't. This means every other miniature artisans there are just as good ! OMG!
haha ...NOT! :)
Just cut and paste the blog url onto a Google Translate box and the page will translate. Japanese to English has to be one of the most garbled translation though. It seems that there are some Katagana characters that are not translate on that site. I suspect it is because they are embedded as part of the image.I also have a auto translate bar for some of the sites. It comes with my Google chrome browser.
No way! That's a mini???? How did they do that!?!?!?!ReplyDelete
I think they have a similar bread paste, so the result is very similar with real bread (and donnuts...). Japanese are a very lucky people, they have materials that we don´t dream about!ReplyDelete
His/her work is really amazing!
I've heard they use some sort of clay, found only in Japan, that has incredible tensile strength, capable of making it super thin and pliable. I find their work entirely depressing, and I mean that in the nicest, most envious sense! There's another Japanese site called Nunu's House ... go check out her hamburger and fries. I do believe you can find the link to Nunu's on this blog ... http://sabsminiinteriors.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
Hey Monica!! YES, I've been to Nunu's House ;-). I believe I blogged about his site somewhere in my archives. Fantastic work!!! I'm thinking that it's paper clay that they use? I have some but have yet to experiment. They have some other materials I'd kill to get my hands on!!!!!ReplyDelete