do you make canes and then texture the slices? or do you make the individual sushis?
you are incredible to get such exact details on such lil pieces.
I really like your work and I was wondering what the scaling is for them. (I know that they probably aren't all the same scaling but do you usually use a 1:12 inch, 1:24 inch, ect...?)
Looks really awesome ! I love your works!
Every time you do these I have sushi for lunch lol.
Wow this is incredible!
Excellent detail and looks yummy hehe ~
Awwww, so cute and tiny!! The detailing is amazing, you've done a great job!
looks so delicious *_*
looks so delicious *_*
y u mke me hngry im hungry (((
hnngg you're prolly sick of hearing this, but they look good enough to eat~
Wow! Beautifully done!
Are these real and edible?
so cute and so delicious
Sushi is also something that you are very good at creating. This set is wonderful.
Wow, that's really impressive!
that is awesome!!!
Mini sushi *__* SOOO cute!
mini food are always cute c:
Oh my goodness!!! Adorable!
Makes me so hungry!
It's incredible how small things can be made and still look like their life-sized counterparts! ^_^
What is this? Sushi for ants? The sushi has to be at least 3 times bigger than this!
Great, now I want sushi... XD Very well done! Super Cute!
Some of the sashimi look a bit weird (the texture makes them look thicker than they should), but apart from that, this is awesome. It makes me hungry xD
They are so adorable and look really fascinating.
I love the detail! It looks delicious
Beautiful and delicious!
Strange. I'm hungry all of a sudden.
and so cute <3
I love sushiii~~
What makes it even better is that I don't have to eat the things <3
wow... incredible detail at such a small scale.
je suis bluffée par les détail et la qualité du travail ! O_o incroyable ! tu doit avoir des yeux de lynx pour faire des objets aussi petits ! xD
How cuuuuuuteee !!!
Really great job with this. I only have one question: are they sculptures, drawings, or actual trays of sushi? This is too confusing!
Pretty sure its clay. I used to do the same thing. its really complicated to make those things.
Oh, it must be! You have to make each, little piece as detailed as its real-life counterpart, and you have to squeeze it into another clay mold without messing it up. You're probably very talented, then.
Nah, thanks though. I used to work with clay quite a bit, then stopped. I work with acrylics now. The first time I tried using clay, it was decent. You basically roll things individually, then put it together to make the roll, bake it for about 3 min, and it is just soft enough to cut. You have to cut it like you would bread. They're tutorials on youtube on how to make them.
now I'm hungry....