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I Make Messy Miniature Scenes From Foam

I Make Messy Miniature Scenes From Foam

I started a couple years ago making terrain for a Dungeons and Dragons campaign before my imagination spread out into the vast world of 1:12 scale miniatures. I'm not a stickler for exactness. If it's kind of sort of the right shape or...

I started a couple years ago making terrain for a Dungeons and Dragons campaign before my imagination spread out into the vast world of 1:12 scale miniatures. I'm not a stickler for exactness....

I Use Everyday Objects To Create Tiny Worlds

I Use Everyday Objects To Create Tiny Worlds

As a food photographer, I shoot a lot with my macro lenses but I never really used the macro function. When I find these little folks on the internet I started to see little worlds in every single common object around me....

As a food photographer, I shoot a lot with my macro lenses but I never really used the macro function. When I find these little folks on the internet I started to...

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The Result Looks Almost Too Real

Australian miniaturist Joshua Smith packs an immense amount of urban detail into his miniature worlds, but his colleague Luke Towan likes creating settings that are away from civilization.

Australian miniaturist Joshua Smith packs an immense amount of urban detail into his miniature worlds, but his colleague Luke Towan likes creating settings that are away from civilization.

Miniature Office: Guy Turns Work Frustrations Into Miniature Scenes

Miniature Office: Guy Turns Work Frustrations Into Miniature Scenes

Derrick Lin has fun at work using the materials he finds in the office. He creates super fun miniature scenes when he is "bored". He calls it "Miniature Office", and he brings in small characters to life to perform everyday tasks.

Derrick Lin has fun at work using the materials he finds in the office. He creates super fun miniature scenes when he is "bored". He calls it "Miniature Office", and he...

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Incredibly Detailed Miniature Urban Worlds

When Joshua Smith isn't walking the streets with the rest of us, he's creating his own worlds. Working at 1:20 scale, Joshua uses MDF, cardboard, and plastic to create the base of his pieces and adds chalk pastels for the exteriors.

When Joshua Smith isn't walking the streets with the rest of us, he's creating his own worlds. Working at 1:20 scale, Joshua uses MDF, cardboard, and plastic to create the base...

Urban Miniature Cities So Detailed You’ll Need A Magnifying Glass

Urban Miniature Cities So Detailed You’ll Need A Magnifying Glass

You have to look incredibly close to see it, but Joshua Smith packs an immense amount of detail into his miniature worlds. The Australian artist has a flair for the microscopic, and his latest project captures the familiar grit of urban...

You have to look incredibly close to see it, but Joshua Smith packs an immense amount of detail into his miniature worlds. The Australian artist has a flair for the microscopic,...

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Incredibly Tiny Paintings

Turkish artist Hasan Kale creates paintings so small, you need magnification to trully appreciate it. For canvases, Kale uses peanut husks, split almonds, banana chips, beans, and anything else that is tiny.

Turkish artist Hasan Kale creates paintings so small, you need magnification to trully appreciate it. For canvases, Kale uses peanut husks, split almonds, banana chips, beans, and anything else that is...

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