Designing the stem for my teeny tiny miniature enchanted rose, was just one step in the process of what it took to make this mini polymer clay rose… encased in a bell jar.
Working in miniature means that you need to scale things down (way down)… in order for it to look realistic. A rose petal is paper thin in full size, which means it needs to be even thinner than that, when it’s in miniature.
See how I think through how to make this tiny enchanted rose… in this behind-the-scenes StudioCam sampler clip.
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