Hi I am Kin (LK Quek) from Kin's Miniature Workshop, Singaporean.I am a miniaturist, specialise in making fake mini clay food, figurines and doll house. I self-taught miniature food making since 2005 .Here is the place where I displayed my handmade miniature food and figurines .I hope you enjoy yourselves while browsing my blog. Please do call me to arrange for hands-on workshop /lesson. You will definitely enjoy the experience. I sell my products and accept custom made orders.Thank you.
In my basic miniature food making course, you will learn how to make a bowl of Korean rice during the 3rd lesson.
Below is the different vision of the miniature Korean rice. I use a smaller metal bowl and instead of putting the sunny egg I change to an raw egg.
My handmade miniature food : Korean rice with raw egg on top.
My handmade miniature food: Korean rice
Can you manage to see the egg white?
The egg looks so delicious and real from this angle.
The picture shown below is the new vision of my handmade miniature hawker stall. Do you still remember
the one I made before? I have changed the mini wooden showcase into mini metal showcase . You need to be very careful when cutting the metal .
I love Singapore food so much , that is why I try my my best to make them into miniature size . I will try as many local food as possible and will make it until I satisfy. :)
Here are some of my handmade local miniature clay food, chwee kueh , rojak , mee siam and chilli crabs and bak ku teh etc.I like the Hokkien mee on the brown warping paper.
These miniature local food are all in the 1:12 scale sizes. They are really very very small and mini.
My handmade miniature clay food: Hokkien Mee
On the right is my handmade clay miniature rojak and mini popiah
When I first heard this name "kayaking" I thought it was a kind of bread ( because of the word kaya )
This is a kind of water sport and I think I am too old for that. But I promised to make one miniature kayaking for her although I never try this water sport before.
I like to try everything, not only miniature clay food. So if you have something special that wish to give it away as a gift, I am very happy to help you to fulfill your wish.
My handmade clay miniature kayaking. keep it inside a case
The size of the base is about 8 x 4 cm . Picture below is the back.
Never never get tired of making miniature chicken rice, because I love chicken so much. I got this heart shape plate recently, so I made my favorite dish, chicken rice together with tomato and cucumber.
Below this a mini bowl of noodles with pork meat
From this picture, you can tell the size of these two miniature clay food.
About 4 years ago, I have made a mini clay nasi lumar, is much more bigger than this one. (I used the real banana leaf plate.) I like this new miniature clay nasi lumar because the size is not too big nor too small and everything is clearly been seen.
This is not a real food, this is a miniature clay food for display only.
It is so difficult to make a miniature prawn with shell, I have tried several times but did not look good. so at the end, I will usually use the mini prawn without shell.
The miniature clay prawn noodles shown below already sold. I have only make one of a kind.
For this miniature bowl of noodles, I have added more food such as pork, veggie, fish cake, sliced red chili with seeds and of course 2 mini prawns. This is a very nice piece of work. I like it very much.
Play dough is a modeling clay usually used by young children for art and craft. It never get hard and can reuse for many times. Children use it to make simple ornaments as play dough is a non-toxic, non-staining, reusable modeling clay. I use play dough too.
These miniature fruits are made with play dough. They will not get hard and remain soft. The colours are so bright and beautiful.
These two pictures are taken under low light, look a bit dark.(so sorry) . The actual colour should look like the one showed in the first photo.