Wonky Cake Tutorial with Stephanie Kilgast

Join noted miniaturist Stephanie Kilgast, aka petitplat, as she teaches you how to create a delightful miniature "Wonky Cake" of polymer clay.

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• Polymer clay: (I use fimo, but feel free to use your favorite brand.)
     o chocolate brown (soft - 75)
     o translucent (effect - 14)
     o white (classic - 0)
     o carmine red (classic - 29)
     o blue (soft - 33) (or whatever blue you fancy or have at home)
     o green (for the grass - use one you like or mix it yourself: 1 part blue + 8 parts yellow - I use yellow, soft 16)
     o fimo liquid
• Tools:
     o 3 round cutters: 3 cm - 2 cm - 1,2 cm (1"1/4 - 3/4" - 1/2")
     o heart shaped cutter size 5 mm
     o blade
     o toothpicks
     o sewing pin/needle
     o strip of paper
     o clay shaper
• White acrylic paint

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Stephanie Kilgast

Stephanie Kilgast

Stephanie has a very simple attitude about her work, and to an extent about her life. She does what she loves. That's about it. Of course, she is always taking her work to a more artistic level. She describes herself as sculpting what makes her happy with the simple goal of making others happy too. A guiding principle is the work on colors. She is a big fan of abstract paintings, Kandinsky's work. She tends to work around color schemes, thus rendering the work even more appetizing to the eye.

Stephanie sculpts miniature food solely with polymer clay, finding inspiration in real food, may it be...
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