-FIMO and Sculpey brands of polymer clay
-Artist's chalk pastels
-Wooden board purchased from Michael's craft store
Other places you can find me:
My website: www.fairchildartminiatures.com
My store: www.etsy.com/shop/fairchildart
What is she doing wrong??? When she comes back on 2 March 2016 I'll respectfully request that she merely dress the meat, and to leave the cooking to me. The lady is supposed to cook a whole batch of meat, potatoes and rice for me to eat during the week days, and frankly she cooks more than I can comfortably eat in such a short time; for ex., she cooks four pork chops that are so overdone that they are very tough to chew and swallow. Therefore I'll request that she bag those chops in two bags so that I can heat them on the microwave when I'm ready for them; what I cook on the wave comes out much better than what this lady does in her stoves.
Cristina Marshall of Bolivia is a lovely woman who is very good at such things as cleaning and washing clothes; as a cook, however, her dedication hardly ever gets the desired results. Rather than eat her dull flavorless chicken and her dry hard chops I would rather eat a simple dinner of tomato soup, hot dogs, and hard boiled eggs.
I'm thinking up ways to avoid such future culinary disasters; for ex., I'll suggest that she fix the potatoes in the mashed style in order to ensure that they are real and truly cooked. What would you propose? I cannot live forever on saltines and mayonnaise, you know!
The skin on that though . . . it's amazing! It really looks like a translucent skin over the flesh! Well done!
That's a really well done (but not in the cooked way...) raw chicken! I've never seen raw meats sculpted as miniatures before. Cool