Nigerian male and female figurine

Nigerian male and female figurine
Nigerian male and female figurine Nigerian male and female figurine Nigerian male and female figurine

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Great modelling

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Thanks everyone 😊.

Ramids Confections

Oh my goodness, this is FABULOUS!! β™₯

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Thank you 😊

Ramids Confections

What a wonderful job! If you don’t mind sharing, how did you make the clothing?

Thanks Glendale for the lovely comment. I used fondant mixed with tylose to make the clothing. For the female top, I used a tiny cutter made from heavy duty aluminum foil to cut out the holes, painted it with silver dust and alcohol. For the grey and turquoise fabric, I used an edible marker and ruler to draw the turquoise lines and then drew on the diamond shape with freehand. The design in front of the male garment was a cutout from fondant that was pressed into a lace mold. The patterns were based on the couples actual garment so it made it a little easier. A few tips on how I dressed them – I clothed the torso separately from the arms and I clothed the bottom part of the female before shaping her legs into a sitting position. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need to know more.

Ramids Confections

Fantastic cakes and exceptional modelling skills! (New follower) x