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Jan 2, 2008, 11:16:06 PM

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Peeled Mikan Miniature by MrsCreosote Peeled Mikan Miniature by MrsCreosote
I need to purchase a new camera. My beloved old Canon is coming apart like this tangerine after 6 years of relentless use. So I took this shot with a new one I borrowed for testing. I'll think I'll buy the follow-up model...


This is a close-up of the peeled tangerine from my Japanese advert - where you can see what it looks like to the naked eye. Imagine my joy when I beheld this image. The shot was backlit with an LED-torch on a gloomy day and taken through an ordinary magnifying glass - instead of a proper macro lens. The depth of field is amazing...

And there's not a single annoying piece of fluff or cat-hair in the frame. They were obviously all busy messing up other people's shots...




Cluster of homemade polymer clay miniatures on a 20mm coin.
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Fetus-Man Featured By Owner May 18, 2012
How you put together each juicy cell of the interior fruit together i'll never know. Incredible work!
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Arahiriel Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2010  Professional General Artist
Those look so real! :wow: Is this a special polymer clay, because the light is coming through the pieces, with normal polymer clay it would not work like that, or am I wrong?
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Blue-MonsterOwO Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Is it normal for the polymer clay to be transparent like that? :)
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noctorro Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
HO-LY shit. That's NOT a real orange?! Yes, I know it's on a coin and obviously really small, but I thought you just mutilated a baby orange or something. Wow, I'm impressed.
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Dani-the-Naiad Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
[link] This piece was included in a feature! Take a look - I hope you like it! :D
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OmNomNomNomNomNomm Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2010
For a moment I thought they were real! The texture and opacity is delicious, love how the light is glowing through them. :3
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simply-roxii Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2010
So realistic !!! Awesome job !! (^_^) How did you make them look so real ?
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MintyMocha Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010
Spectacular! If it weren't for the fact it is resting on a coin, I would argue that there was NO way it was created from polymer. Fabulous work!
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muffinmeadow Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2010
these are really amazing! the texture and detail are outstanding~!!! :w00t:
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