Beth Freeman-Kane’s Wildlife Miniatures
How did you first get into miniatures?
I think I was born to make miniatures. I started when I was 5 and 6 years old. I would create tiny little things out of Play-Doh and plasticine.
In first grade, I made a little elephant and my teacher was blown away. The teacher insisted I show the elephant to her colleagues.
Throughout my teenage years, I focused my miniatures on a lot of cartoons, including Disney, Asterix, and Giles cartoons. At that time, I was using Fimo clay. When I was about 15 years old, I discovered polymer clay. A few years later, in my 20s, I began mold making and reproducing works in resin.