Monday, August 23, 2010

Size- It's a matter of perspective too.

A while back I posted some of my itty bitty clay cupcakes, and a shorter while ago, I posted some of my small, but not impossible to see with the naked eye, floral polymer clay cupcakes.
There are a lot of new readers here so I want to repost, in a new way, some of what I do on the side.
It is a challenge to make these.
But I enjoy the results.

I took these photos during a road trip this weekend...


The ones above are sitting on a US case quarter.


The ones below are sitting on a lid that is about the size of a US dime.
The image was captured using the macro lens.



He was impressed when I showed him my itty bitty cupcakes but his jaw dropped when I showed him what they looked like with the macro lens on my camera and when I gave him my cheap pair of drug store reading glasses to view them, he just stared.

Here he is watching the people pass through the cross streets.

looking at me....

4 comments:

Heather Elizabeth Brauner said...

Amber Dawn, your Cupcakes are always fantastic ! and your hubby is cute too ! teehee . I'm missing you !! See you on sep 4th for the class. peace and love Heather

Katsui Jewelry said...

those are about the most amazing thing I have ever seen than someone has done with polymer clay. thanks for the macro shots...amazing!
Suz

Sarah Alford said...

Those cupcakes are so awesome . I've tried before to making miniature food for my doll house and i wish they'd come out half as awesome as those .

William said...

Your cupcakes are so cool! They also made me hungry.

Bill