The beautiful thing about art is that it connects you with creatives from all sorts of different backgrounds. The best thing about being an artist is having creative ideas and people to carry those ideas out with.
Creative people you know, whom when put together, are bound to make awesome things happen.
Enough said. You will need:
Kastu Curry *2
Hard-boiled eggs *2
Toothpicks to assemble
*I used store bought curry from the ZAC・ZAC Japanese Curry House because this post is about alpacas, not making curry. They also have great customer service and will kindly separate the ingredients, give you unsliced katsu and a thumbs up when you tell them you are making alpacas.
Peel eggs and slice a thin oval from the side for the alpaca face and tail. Cut nori sheet for eyes, nose, mouth and assemble onto egg face with pincers/toothpicks.
Create an alpaca shape with rice on plate. Be mindful of hungry studio animals.
Assemble decorative ingredients onto your Alpaca and pour curry sauce around the rice.
There you have it! Alpacas for everyone. It’s not everyday that you get to eat Alpacas for lunch.
Many thanks to Katherine and Christina for sharing your beautiful studio and your brilliant minds.
Also, a shout out to Margo the dog for being the best dog model. Even though you didn’t get any alpacas.