My Prop Making

In this board I will update all my work about miniatures and prop making for stop motion. Test, fails, achievements and the most important thing: the learning process. " Merci bien" a Noelle Jeanbloch, Didier Wetzel and the rest of the colleages for sharing with me all this knowledge, and making me feel like home.
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Last months of work are compiled in this first bouquet made of wire and paper. All my gratitude to Noelle Jeanbloch. She always knows which is the best tool and has the best advice to make me progress. She always encourages me. This bouquet has Peonies, Ancient Roses, ranunculus, Baby breath, Lambs Ear eucalyptus, and Dahlia. The beautiful vase is from glasscraftUK.   #miniature #1/12" #props #setdesign #setdressing

Last months of work are compiled in this first bouquet made of wire and paper. All my gratitude to Noelle Jeanbloch. She always knows which is the best tool and has the best advice to make me progress. She always encourages me. This bouquet has Peonies, Ancient Roses, ranunculus, Baby breath, Lambs Ear eucalyptus, and Dahlia. The beautiful vase is from glasscraftUK. #miniature #1/12" #props #setdesign #setdressing

I'm working in this garden roses for the next bouquet. The Idea is to make them look like 5 days after being cut. The vase is (once again) a beautiful present :) glasscraft.uk.

I'm working in this garden roses for the next bouquet. The Idea is to make them look like 5 days after being cut. The vase is (once again) a beautiful present :) glasscraft.

These are some of the peonies included in the bouquet. They are made of wire, paper, and sand. I used them to balance the color in the bouquet and bring some light to it. Peonies normally have this shape first day. The challenge creating the flower consists in getting that rounded and closed shape that allows us to perfectly see the leaves and the sand inside  #miniature #scale1/12" #propmaker

These are some of the peonies included in the bouquet. They are made of wire, paper, and sand. I used them to balance the color in the bouquet and bring some light to it. Peonies normally have this shape first day. The challenge creating the flower consists in getting that rounded and closed shape that allows us to perfectly see the leaves and the sand inside #miniature #scale1/12" #propmaker

Epic fail. I made this "Baby Breath" flower last summer. I wanted the structure to be super real. So I used little pieces of a real branch to make it. The result was super good. But now it looks like this :( They don't resist too much manipulation.  Probably I will try in another way in a future. By the way the vase is from Elisabeth Causeret. She makes incredible pieces in porcelain. I promise to make something more pretty for this one.

Epic fail. I made this "Baby Breath" flower last summer. I wanted the structure to be super real. So I used little pieces of a real branch to make it. The result was super good. But now it looks like this :( They don't resist too much manipulation. Probably I will try in another way in a future. By the way the vase is from Elisabeth Causeret. She makes incredible pieces in porcelain. I promise to make something more pretty for this one.

I tried to make the bouquet beautiful from any point of view. I made an arabesque with eucalyptus branches to bring harmony into the composition. This makes the whole bouquet more readable. To unify and fix all the elements I applied scenic water. As Noelle taught me, this is probably the best solution. It permits little flexibility and allows to pick flowers again without damage (If you are not too clumsy).

I tried to make the bouquet beautiful from any point of view. I made an arabesque with eucalyptus branches to bring harmony into the composition. This makes the whole bouquet more readable. To unify and fix all the elements I applied scenic water. As Noelle taught me, this is probably the best solution. It permits little flexibility and allows to pick flowers again without damage (If you are not too clumsy).

Simple flowers sometimes are the ones more difficult to made. I bought these petals to Pascal Garnier in the Simp. She has the best paper ever. You can buy kits to learn or just petals if you prefer.  But don't forget the most important thing is to explore by yourself.

Simple flowers sometimes are the ones more difficult to made. I bought these petals to Pascal Garnier in the Simp. She has the best paper ever. You can buy kits to learn or just petals if you prefer. But don't forget the most important thing is to explore by yourself.

Epic fail. I made this "Baby Breath" flower last summer. I wanted the structure to be super real. So I used little pieces of a real branch to make it. The result was super good. But now it looks like this :( They don't resist manipulation too much.  Probably I will try to make it differently in a future. By the way, the vase is from Elisabeth Causeret. She makes incredible pieces in porcelain. Next time I promise making this one prettier.

Epic fail. I made this "Baby Breath" flower last summer. I wanted the structure to be super real. So I used little pieces of a real branch to make it. The result was super good. But now it looks like this :( They don't resist manipulation too much. Probably I will try to make it differently in a future. By the way, the vase is from Elisabeth Causeret. She makes incredible pieces in porcelain. Next time I promise making this one prettier.

This is a poppy studio I made last week. To get different results I played with the size of petals, I applied different colors in different ways and also different materials for the center of the flower. Thanks again to Noelle. Those red petals and the sable were a present from her. The tool for placing the flowers is an idea and gift from Bénédicte. This tool is really helpful to keep flowers well organized.  Never thought I would love so deep  à piece of plastic.

This is a poppy studio I made last week. To get different results I played with the size of petals, I applied different colors in different ways and also different materials for the center of the flower. Thanks again to Noelle. Those red petals and the sable were a present from her. The tool for placing the flowers is an idea and gift from Bénédicte. This tool is really helpful to keep flowers well organized. Never thought I would love so deep à piece of plastic.

I used eucalyptus leaves to fill the space between flowers in the bouquet. This is the model that I have worked faster until now. So I'm so happy with the result :)

I used eucalyptus leaves to fill the space between flowers in the bouquet. This is the model that I have worked faster until now. So I'm so happy with the result :)

Eucalyptus leaves have a regular shape. That's  why I used cutting machine Silhouette to cut the shape previously designed. I used green Stereoscopic collection paper from Paperchase. After the cut, I applied watercolor to bring more texture to the leaves. And just a little bit of embossing around the edge is quite enough to get a proper silhouette.

Eucalyptus leaves have a regular shape. That's why I used cutting machine Silhouette to cut the shape previously designed. I used green Stereoscopic collection paper from Paperchase. After the cut, I applied watercolor to bring more texture to the leaves. And just a little bit of embossing around the edge is quite enough to get a proper silhouette.


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