Tuesday, July 6, 2010

oven



a loaf of mouse bread, the size of a lima bean

21 comments:

  1. Eeeeeeeee!!!! Sorry but I'm excited to see some new mice of yours. The little scenes you make, and the little clothes you make for them are brilliant. Such great ideas you've come up with.

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  2. How absolutely darling!!! I love everything in the photo!!! Too sweet!!!!!

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  3. Your work is absolutely amazing!

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  4. Hmmmmm! I can almost smell that bread. Fantastic :o)

    ~Angela~

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  5. Genial!!!
    Parece la ilustracion de un cuento para niños, maravilloso!!
    besitos ascension

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  6. I wanna come and live with these precious critters! ;-)

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  7. Oh my, oh my, oh my! I have dreamed of making little mice like yours ....but never seemed to get to the doing part! I LOVE them! They are amazing! Wow, Wow, WOW! Your little mouse worlds are so perfect! Did you ever read the books about mice by Cindy Szekeres? You have thought of everything mouse-ish and made them in such a perfect way! I think the pot-belied stove salt shaker is awesome!

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  8. OH!! Absolutely fantastic!!

    Karin

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  9. What a beautiful blog Rudy. Your mice are enchanting and wonderful photography. I make miniature polymer clay mice and have been asked many times to do them with less clothes on, but using just polymer makes this quite difficult one way or another. Yours are just perfect! Jain xx

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  10. Oh what a beautiful blog! Your little mice are so cute!!!

    Argante

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  11. C'est géniale toutes ces petites scènes de souris !
    Félicitations .

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  12. I love the tiny vignettes of your mice. What a wonderful children's book it would make!

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  13. O my God I love your mice they are real art. They are perfect so cute.
    Greetings from Belgium
    Liliana

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