Talented Artist Pushed The Boundaries With Incredible Sculptures Made From Gingerbread
11She also made Groot
She even made the upper body of ‘Groot’ from ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’. This was even harder to make as the details were more here. According to her, this was her hardest build as he tried to make the details as close to the movie as possible. She also said that her Optimus Prime build took 3 weeks to complete.
12The same process
Just as always the process begins with a framework. According to her, she has been trying to keep her projects within a 5-week timeframe. One week goes into planning what size she wants to make it and the posture it will be presented in. The rest of the four weeks go into the build.
13The details are very important
The most important thing about her sculptures according to Caroline is the amount of detail. It begins with a rough 1:1 scale sketch that will be used as a reference point. She also uses as many high-quality screenshots and model images of the character she is building to get all the details just right. Even though she is using gingerbread, she likes getting the details exactly right.
14Time and effort
Caroline makes her own dough. She uses syrup, flour, and no baking powder. She says her creations don’t only look good but also taste good. For every creation, she said she uses around 7kg of flour and 11 packets of sugar. For glue, she said she uses melted sugar which according to her hardens fast, is strong, lasts very long and is edible.
15She even made Vader
She even made a small scale Darth Vader sculpture which looks incredible. Can you imagine if she painted her sculptures who incredible they would look? Caroline is very talented and uses her talents in the right way. She takes part in these contests because it lets her demonstrate her skill while also giving her a chance to make money as the winning prize is around 40,000 Norwegian krone which 4,505 dollars.