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Cakes, donuts = solid food
Coffee = liquid food
Wooden board = naked cookie with wood grain
Spoon, doily, plate, strawberry = fondant

Media types:
Donuts (Fruit Loops) with icing,
Cake (cookie baked in minimold) with icing and fondant flowers
Wooden board (cut out, wood pattern pressed in and baked)
Fondant cup filled with brown isomalt
Spoon, doily, plate, strawberry (self-made from fondant)

Techniques:
decorated with icing (cake and donuts)
Fondant and isomalt (coffee)
Fondant, partially painted (spoon, doily, plate, strawberry painted)

What I'm proud of:
I am proud of the isomalt in the cup, which I heated in a screw cap of a mini bottle and above all poured out of it !! (with winter gloves as potholders !!)

What would I do differently:
The wood grain of the board is very large compared to the rest and looks unrealistic. It should have been much finer! (luckily it is almost completely covered by the accessories)

What have I learned:
That I can achieve a lot with a lot of "aids" if I just try it out.

Here is another view and the making of:

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  • coffee, cake and donuts 2: icingsugarkeks
Last edited by Icingsugarkeks


For me, the "making of" is shown very small. The original image I have uploaded much larger. I tried to edit it, but it doesn't appear larger. Maybe the picture is too long? Or is it just so small for me?
I don't know what else I can do?

 

I see them as small images. I am pretty sure they can be resubmitted as large images, however, I think @Julia M. Usher might be better at explaining the technical info. 

I see them as small images. I am pretty sure they can be resubmitted as large images, however, I think @Julia M. Usher might be better at explaining the technical info. 

@Icingsugarkeks They appear tiny, because you put all the photos into one very long image and uploaded them as one image, which then gets compressed on upload. Please upload each image separately, all as attachments to the same comment, just as you did with the one attachment under the initial post. They will show better that way. Also, be sure each image is about 600 pix wide to best fill the width of the posting area. Images that are closer to square (rather than long, vertical ones) also show better on the site. But your primary issue is you put them all into one small, but very long photo format.

Last edited by Julia M. Usher

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I love your 3D entry into the challenge dear Gabi @Icingsugarkeks!! Such a creative combination of yummy treats. As always, your work is detailed and beautiful my friend. Love this!! โค๏ธ

I love the way you approach explaining what you did, how you did it (techniques used) and what you've learned and liked!! This is a great way to review the process of what you created and the results. Wonderful idea my dear โค๏ธ

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