Everthing you need to know to create an entire miniature market and incredibly realistic produce in polymer clay. Master modeller Angie Scarr has perfected the craft of creating fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, cheeses, bread, pastries and gateaux in marvellous detail - right down to the earth on her potatoes and delicate veining on cabbage leaves and orange segments - and setting them in context by building market stalls, complete with striped canopies, wooden fruit boxes, punnets and other display items. Polymer clay modelling techniques include: simple caning; colour blending; stacking; advanced caning; combination techniques; advanced ideas; Step-by-step colour photography shows you how to create your own mouthwatering masterpieces of miniature art. Full plans and construction techniques for all the projects. Out of the dolls' house and into the street - bringing miniature hobbyists to a wider panorama for their craft.
Angie Scarr is a highly regarded miniaturist, well-known in the UK, Europe and the USA for her intricate polymer clay work. She is constantly pushing the boundaries of her craft, exploring new techniques and materials. She runs the successful Angie Scarr Miniatures, contributes to miniaturist magazines and runs many demonstration workshops.