The creation of this plate painting was inspired by a picture that was accidentally seen on the Internet. At first sight, I never missed it. This may be called an eye. So I was determined to convert the pictures in the picture into fruit and vegetable paintings, and I didn’t have any fun. "Snow Ying Mei Kai is a heavenly scene. It is fun to go to the snow to find the plum. With the colds and snow to find the plum, the snow and the plum are more closely linked. And the plum, the snow and the people are all ready to show the world. What a moving spectacle can be said: There is no snow, no plum, no spirit, no snow, no poetry. The Japanese poetry is full of snow and snow, and the poems are divided into springs." (Transfer from the network)
1. Use a paring knife to peel the carrot 3 pieces, 1 piece of eggplant skin (or seaweed) 2. Cut the carrot skin and eggplant skin into the shape of the above picture. The following materials can also be used for this plate painting: carrot skin - cloak, lantern, headwear, plum eggplant skin - branches, hair, shoes orange peel - lanterns, plum blossoms, radish, salt, coconut - snow
Draw the branches on the plate with sesame sauce or special jam. Then decorate the plum blossoms and fading petals that were prepared before
The material in step 1 is assembled as shown in the figure. Then sprinkle a layer of 'coconut snow' and then embellish the footprints. OK~
Match with words or poetry.
After revising the map, it is even more interesting.
I don't have the skills to paint, but I like painting, and the plate painting is still on the way. So this recipe is actually a joke. ???? 1. The radish skin should be as thin as possible, and it will look crystal clear and bright. 2. The role of the toothpick is to play with the headgear. 3. This plate painting still lacks a touch of elegance. Have time to work harder in the future, and then improve the recipe! 4. If there is no jam or sesame paste, you can use eggplant skin to make branches.